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    #1

    ignorant / insensible of the danger

    The scouts sang as they climbed up the hill, blissfully ignorant / insensible of the danger that awaited them at the peak.

    Could either word be used?

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    Re: ignorant / insensible of the danger

    Insensible is not appropriate here.

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