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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of insense.


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  • Stateson said It insensed me, and I have a brother that was lost in the second World War, and he got a Bronze Star, and he died getting it, and it just got to me, that's all, it insensed me, so did what I knew to do, report him to the

    William James Richardson

  • Thirdly, blame the insensed people that call themselves fans.

    Michael Welch Doesn’t Want Robert Pattinson Murdered In The Streets By You People

  • How can people who say they are living by Godly values be so insensed?

    Gibbs jumps on Steele report

  • Surely that would have been evidence of her support for 'the Christian right and its allies', and you would be insensed about her fundamentalist Christian views intruding into US policy.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The pharmaceutical companies don't give a damn that the public is insensed by being held hostage to their outrageously high prices, while foreign governments buy those exact same drugs at a fraction of the gouging-Americans prices.

    Merck Can't Get Its Way, But For How Long?

  • Bruce McFarland, President of the Democratic Alliance for Action and long time friend of Gillis said he was completely insensed by the actions of Shaw-Hilfenhaus.

    Open Thread for Tuesday

  • Many people I guess feel that if the news anchors feel that we the public should be insensed then maybe we should then.

    What They Did For "Love"

  • 'Ah! and 'tis better if the innocent creatures must be drowned, that it should be without being insensed of it till they wake in our Lady's blessed arms,' added Lanty.

    A Modern Telemachus

  • They made a noise as if the devil weare there; after they being there for an hour they came out of the watter, and then throwing one another into the watter, I thought veryly they weare insensed.

    Voyages of Peter Esprit Radisson

  • The moderate Afrikaners and other white South Africans, the beneficiaries of apartheid, were hardly moved by what he had to say; blacks were insensed.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper


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