Un Feeling

Pronunciation of Un Feeling
/ˈʌn fˈiːlɪŋ/, /ˈʌn fˈiːlɪŋ/, /ˈʌ_n f_ˈiː_l_ɪ_ŋ/

Antonyms for un feeling:

hidden, impressionable, enthusiastic, accurate, long, decent, caring, luxurious, cheerful, human, pleasant, bright, spirited, bland, moral, enduring, softhearted, nervous, fervid, humane, deliberate, nonviolent, feeling, discreet, pliant, considerate, submissive, easy, excited, remorseful, nice, planned, active, communicative, gentle, upset, lovable, doubtful, friendly, malleable, being, ardent, amicable, elaborate, charitable, tactful, facile, working, easy-going, calm, temperate, sympathetic, eager, warm-blooded, concerned, living, demonstrative, modified, pleasing, inexact, extravagant, lively, disputable, simple, involved, unfinished, good, heedful, sensate, polite, precise, hard, amorous, definite, flexible, complete, giving, zealous, live, forgiving, honest, responsive, animated, emotional, great, tender, partial, spending, loving, jumpy, worried, tame, excitable, animate, uncruel, even, conscious, sunny, peaceful, untrue, vague, questionable, by hand, attentive, agitated, sensitive, existing, civilized, regular, smooth, agreeable, generous, passionate, healthy, thin, lengthy, biased, polished, encouraging, sparing, soft, indulgent, net, yielding, compromising, delicate, slender, kind, smiling, clear, mindful, intense, courteous, warmhearted, compassionate, existent, incomplete, tolerant, part, willing, Subsisting, meek, mild, warm, thoughtful, merciful, moderate, pliable, touched, sophisticated, unnerved, uncertain, clean, Obscured, careful, hot, operative, refined, alive, skinny, manual, level, helpful, amenable, susceptible, aware, interested, continuing, wonderful.

Synonyms for un feeling:

apathetic (adjective)

blah, cool, emotionless, flat, impassive, indifferent, laid-back, languid, moony, passive, stoic, stolid, unconcerned, unfeeling, uninterested, unmoved, unresponsive, untouched, wimpy, couldn't care less, don't give a damn, draggy, what the hell, could care less.

austere (adjective)

ascetic, astringent, earnest, forbidding, formal, grave, grim, harsh, inexorable, inflexible, rigid, rigorous, serious, sober, solemn, somber, stern, stiff, strict, stringent, unrelenting.

brutal (adjective)

animal, barbarous, bearish, beastly, bestial, bloodthirsty, brute, brutish, carnal, coarse, feral, ferocious, gruff, impolite, inhumane, remorseless, rough, rude, savage, swinish, uncivil, uncivilized, unmannerly, unmerciful, vicious, Ferine.

callous (adjective)

careless, case-hardened, deaf to, hard-bitten, hard-boiled, hardhearted, impenitent, insentient, inured, soulless, spiritless, stubborn, torpid, toughened, unaffected, unbending, unimpressionable, unsusceptible, Indurated, blind to.

cold (adjective)

dead, distant, frigid, frosty, glacial, impersonal, imperturbable, inhibited, inhospitable, joyless, lukewarm, passionless, phlegmatic, reserved, reticent, standoffish, undemonstrative, unenthusiastic, unimpassioned, matter-of-fact.

cold-blooded (adjective)

dispassionate, relentless, steely, Hard-hearted, Stony-hearted.

cruel (adjective)

atrocious, bitter, degenerate, demoniac, depraved, evil, excruciating, fierce, flinty, hateful, hellish, implacable, malevolent, monstrous, painful, pernicious, poignant, rancorous, revengeful, sadistic, sinful, spiteful, tyrannical, unnatural, vengeful, virulent, wicked.

dead (adjective)

boring, dull, glazed, inert, insipid, numb, paralyzed, stagnant, stale, still, tasteless, uninteresting, vapid, wooden, Numbed.

frigid (adjective)

aloof, austere, chilly, impotent, lifeless, repellent, unapproachable, unloving, cold-shoulder.

gross (adjective)

barnyard, boorish, breezy, cheap, corporeal, crass, fleshly, foul, ignorant, improper, impure, indecent, indelicate, inelegant, lewd, low, lustful, obscene, offensive, rank, raunchy, raw, ribald, scatological, sensual, sleazy, smutty, ugly, uncouth, uncultured, undiscriminating, unrefined, unseemly, unsophisticated, voluptuous, Low-minded, loudmouthed, sexual, in the gutter.

hard (adjective)

acrimonious, angry, antagonistic, bleak, dark, disagreeable, distressing, dour, grievous, hostile, inclement, intemperate, intolerable, perverse, resentful, rugged, unjust, unpleasant, unsparing, hard as nails.

hard-boiled (adjective)

firm, hard-nosed, headstrong, obstinate, hard-shelled, hard-line.

hardhearted (adjective)

coldhearted, intolerant.

harsh (adjective)

comfortless, cussed, discourteous, hairy, mean, punitive, sharp, ungracious, Hard-shell.

impassive (adjective)

collected, composed, dry, inexpressive, inscrutable, insusceptible, nonchalant, placid, poker-faced, sedate, self-contained, serene, stoical, taciturn, unexcitable, unflappable, unruffled, Inexcitable, Unimpressible.

inclement (adjective)


inhuman (adjective)


inhuman/inhumane (adjective)

barbaric, cannibalistic, devilish, diabolical, fell, malicious, malign, malignant, truculent, Fiendish.

insensible (adjective)

gradual, imperceptible, inappreciable, oblivious, unaware, unintelligible, Imperceivable.

insensitive (adjective)

bloodless, incurious, obtuse, tactless, Imperceptive, immune to, impervious to, nonreactive.

insusceptible (adjective)


mechanical (adjective)

automated, automatic, cursory, fixed, habitual, instinctive, involuntary, laborsaving, machine-driven, monotonous, perfunctory, routine, standardized, stereotyped, unchanging, unconscious, unthinking, useful, programmed.

merciless (adjective)

cutthroat, gratuitous, hatchet job, mortal, unappeasable, uncalled-for, unflinching, unforgiving, unpitying, unyielding, wanton, Iron-fisted, dog-eat-dog, compassionless, having a killer instinct, mean machine.

nonchalant (adjective)

airy, calm, casual, detached, disinterested, easy, effortless, happy, insouciant, lackadaisical, light, listless, loose, mellow, neglectful, negligent, neutral, offhand, smooth, trifling, unexcited, unperturbed, untroubled, Disimpassioned, blasé.

numb (adjective)

comatose, dazed, frozen, lethargic, remote, stupefied, stuporous, immobilized, uncurious.

obdurate (adjective)

adamant, bullhead, dogged, immovable, indurate, iron, mulish, set in stone, stiff-necked, uncompromising, uncooperative, unshakable, tough nut to crack, hanging tough.

passionless (adjective)


phlegmatic (adjective)

deadpan, desensitized, groggy, sluggish, uninvolved, along for the ride.

regardless (adjective)

behindhand, blind, crude, deaf, delinquent, derelict, disregarding, heedless, inadvertent, inattentive, inconsiderate, lax, mindless, nonobservant, rash, reckless, remiss, slack, unheeding, unmindful.

rough (adjective)

bluff, blunt, boisterous, brief, brusque, crusty, curt, drastic, extreme, gross, ill-mannered, indecorous, loud, loutish, nasty, rowdy, short, unceremonious, uncultivated, unpolished, untutored, violent, vulgar.

ruthless (adjective)

vindictive, killer, ironfisted, without pity.

severe (adjective)

biting, caustic, close, cutting, disapproving, oppressive, peremptory, resolute, resolved, satirical, scathing, unalterable, unsmiling, strait-laced, tight-lipped, iron-handed.

stony (adjective)

blank, expressionless.

tactless (adjective)

awkward, brash, bungling, clumsy, gauche, hasty, impolitic, imprudent, indiscreet, inept, injudicious, maladroit, misunderstanding, thoughtless, undiplomatic, unperceptive, unsubtle, untactful, Blundering, Unconsiderate, stupid.

thick-skinned (adjective)

seasoned, hard-as-nails.

uncompassionate (adjective)


undiplomatic (adjective)


unemotional (adjective)

chill, marble, quiet, going with the flow, rolling with the punches.

unfeeling (adjective)

anesthetized, apathetic, asleep, benumbed, brutal, callous, cantankerous, churlish, cold, cold fish, cold-blooded, crotchety, cruel, deadened, exacting, hard, hardened, heartless, icy, inanimate, inhuman, insensate, insensible, insensitive, merciless, obdurate, pitiless, ruthless, senseless, severe, stony, surly, thick-skinned, tough, uncaring, uncompassionate, uncordial, unemotional, unkind, unsympathetic, Iron-hearted, Unamiable, Cold-hearted, feelingless, sensationless.

unkind (adjective)

uncharitable, unfriendly.

unmerciful (adjective)

hurtful, tyrannous.

unsympathetic (adjective)

antipathetic, aversive, halfhearted, repugnant, uncongenial.

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