And all the child in Paul, responding so sensitively to his mother's feelings, agreed to this.
Her grandfather; for whom her affection is so sensitively keen, has disappeared.
He seemed to feel the beauty of it sensitively, as she did critically.
She was finely and sensitively organized; considerate and gentle.
The people of England are sensitively alive on this subject.
Temporary embarrassment is sensitively apprehended to be permanent.
Seeing that May sensitively shrank from the subject, she soon desisted.
I wish that we might know the forest intimately and sensitively as a part of our background.
"It was pitiful to see the poor does," said Helen, sensitively.
"You don't think I'd let you do anything like that for me, I hope," he said, sensitively.