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lthough they had been talking online for six months, John felt some trepidation about meeting Luisa face to face. Past girlfriends had called him insensitive, and one had even claimed he was thoughtless. In these two sentences, what word provides a clue to the meaning of insensitive? A. Trepidation B. Online C. Claimed D. Thoughtless
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Although they had been talking online for six months, John felt some trepidation about meeting Luisa face to face. Past girlfriends had called him insensitive, and one had even claimed he was thoughtless. [ The word "thoughtless" provides a clue to the meaning of insensitive. ]
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