View definitions for sensibilities
But now his politics were offending the progressive sensibilities of the American film industry.
You two seem to have similar artistic sensibilities, both very interested in the macabre.
What is it, then, about Baghdadi and his men that makes them just too mad for our sensibilities?
By slow means, the Jewish sensibilities of two boys from Ohio illustrated the movement of an entire country.
Put simply: It was everything Vique and his European sensibilities sought.
When she came to her every-day frame of mind, the woods were still, and to her vivid sensibilities more deserted.
Between them they succeeded often in shocking fearfully all the little man's finer sensibilities.
A sense of discouragement regarding long distances was just at that moment the most remote sensation in Stanton's sensibilities.
If we didnt find the gutter agreeable to our over-refined sensibilities why not go where it was Belle?
This episode, unflattering to Pike's sensibilities, if not wholly unforeseen by him, he saw fit to make the subject of Pt.
On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sensibilities, such as: emotion, sentiment, taste, sensitivity, insight, and sense.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.