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sentence:

The man has senseless ability to low temperature (he feels no discomfit when his body exposed to low temperature)

question:

Should I use 'to' or 'of' preposition in this sentence?

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    "The man is insensitive to low temperatures." perhaps. Your example does not describe an ability. – user3169 May 23 '17 at 5:17
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No, instead you would say the person had a "high tolerance for cold temperatures", or "did not feel the cold".

"Senseless ability" is not a natural English expression (although it could be used figuratively in a different context).

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