- adj. Incapable of being shocked (scandalised or appalled).
- adj. incapable of being shocked
- un- + shockable (Wiktionary)
“It may be good fodder for scripts and for audiences growing increasingly unshockable, but it is an experiment on a theme that in actual, real life is a potential form of chronic sex abuse.”
“LaChapelle says he is not aiming for sensation: "We live in an unshockable world.”
“No matter how unshockable you like to think you are, I expect you'll jump at least once and probably several times in the course of Profiles Theatre's scaldingly funny revival of”
“It is nowadays much more tolerant and unshockable, but I hope that the interest in and appreciation of literature have not waned under the auspices of Celtic Tiger.”
“At the time, however, the wounds were much rawer and even the unshockable Dahls were startled by the picture Farrell had painted of their family.”
“Clary snatched the witch-light up before it could go dark and raised it high, desperate to see what could have shocked Jace—unshockable Jace—so badly.”
“I can't think of any islands, but if I was a place, I'd probably want to be Vegas fun, unshockable and loads of bling :”
“In fiction, you find thoughtful understanding unshockable Best Friends who are only too happy to listen to this sort of thing at length, in detail, without using the information against you at a later date - and, crucially, without immediately using words like 'eeew,' or 'weird.”
“If such references shock us unshockable citizens who have a certain uneasiness about our nation having legitimated by legislative act a couple of years ago an act which every kind of international law and Convention we can think of and our own tradition has condemned, worse was to come.”
“I call them my unshockable gays because there's nothing you can say that's going to shock a gay audience.”
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