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According to her, it is not her fault that I am too stupid to do anything right and am so ridiculously hypersensitive — two of many things she cannot stand about me.
MISS MANNERS: GET OUT OF DODGE BEFORE THE ABUSIVE MOTHER-IN-LAW VISITSJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINFEBRUARY 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Sharks rely on a specific pH in water for their hypersensitive noses.
People are hypersensitive to the messages brands are putting out during this pandemic, which means this personal touch matters more than ever.
A hypersensitive conscience cost our widowed client ten thousand dollars!
If I were hypersensitive to the silly things people say, I should have given up selling long before.
He looked, wondering what made this young attractive woman hypersensitive on the subject of sex.
My grounds for perturbation are not imaginary or based on the hallucinations of a hypersensitive mind.
Owing to the emotional strain to which I had been subjected I may have been in a hypersensitive condition.
LALAGE'S LOVERSGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
A nature so hypersensitive perhaps conjured up hobgoblins of persecution out of pure imagination.
About two o'clock Jenny woke up to another psychic experience not unusual with hypersensitive temperaments.
CARNIVALCOMPTON MACKENZIE

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