senseless (adj.) 1
lacking human sensation, incapable of feeling
2H6 IV.i.77 [Lieutenant to Suffolk] thou ... / Against the senseless winds shalt grin in vain
AYL II.vii.55 [Jaques to Duke Senior] seem senseless of the bob
Cor I.iv.55 [Lartius to First Soldier, of Martius] O noble fellow! / Who sensibly outdares his senseless sword
Cym I.iv.7 [Innogen to Pisanio, of Posthumus' handkerchief] Senseless linen
Cym III.ii.20 [Pisanio alone, of the letter] Senseless bauble
Ham II.ii.472 [First Player to all] senseless Ilium
Ham V.ii.363 [Ambassador to all] The ears are senseless that should give us hearing
JC I.i.35 [Marullus to the people] You blocks, you stones, you worse than senseless things! [also: lacking in sense]
Luc 1564 [of Lucrece and a painting of Sinon] She tears the senseless Sinon with her nails
Luc 820 [Lucrece to herself] Let my good name, that senseless reputation, / For Collatine's dear love be kept unspotted [unclear meaning]
PassP XX.21 [of a nightingale] Senseless trees they cannot hear thee
R2 III.ii.23 [King Richard to all] Mock not my senseless conjuration, lords [i.e. made to things incapable of perception]
R2 V.i.46 [Richard to Queen Isabel] the senseless brands will sympathize / The heavy accent of thy moving tongue
RJ I.iv.36 [Romeo to all] Let wantons light of heart / Tickle the senseless rushes with their heels
TG IV.iv.195 [disguised Julia alone, as if to Silvia's portrait] thou senseless form
Ven 211 [Venus to and of Adonis] cold and senseless stone