Wednesday, May 04, 2005

in·sen·si·tive

Lacking in sensitivity to the feelings or circumstances of others; unfeeling.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

kid·ding
To mock playfully; tease.
To deceive in fun; fool.

See Synonyms at banter.


sor·ry
adj. sor·ri·er, sor·ri·est
Feeling or expressing sympathy, pity, or regret: I'm sorry I was insensitive.
Worthless or inferior; paltry: a sorry excuse.
Causing sorrow, grief, or misfortune; grievous: a sorry development.
[Middle English sori, from Old English srig, sad, from sr, sore.]
sorri·ly adv.
sorri·ness n.

Bagga....I really need you said...

Now I got it. You people are good in English and teaching me also.
Thanks alot...
but y so much of sorry and all if you don't mind telling me....

An Ideal Boy said...

Anoymous: Okey, taken
Bagga: Keep your long legs out of this ;)