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  • adj. Incapable of being shocked (scandalised or appalled).

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  • adj. incapable of being shocked


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un- +‎ shockable


  • 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.

    Vivian Diller, Ph.D.: Breaking Yet Another Taboo -- Is it a Good Thing for Our Psyche?

  • LaChapelle says he is not aiming for sensation: "We live in an unshockable world."

    Guru of celebrity kitsch turns to politics

  • 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

    Deadly Serious Comedy

  • 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.

    In the Fullness of Time

  • 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.

    Cassandra Clare: The Mortal Instrument Series

  • 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 :

    Woodcraft Folk Memories

  • 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.'

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • 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.

    Martin Marty: `Soul-damaging effect' of approving torture remains | RELIGION Blog |

  • I call them my unshockable gays because there's nothing you can say that's going to shock a gay audience.

    CNN Transcript Aug 10, 2009


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