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The subject is supersensitive; impressions call forth intense and prolonged reactions followed by exhaustion.
DEGENERACYEUGENE S. TALBOT
True to his supersensitive nature and fastidious taste, he always dressed in the height of fashion.
Half-blind Bryant Cavendish fired at sounds with an instinct that was supersensitive.
To a highly strung and supersensitive nature like the writer's the strain must have been terrible.
OSCAR WILDELEONARD CRESSWELL INGLEBY
This affects my pride, though I dare say I am supersensitive.
MY WONDERFUL VISITCHARLIE CHAPLIN
And in this fatalism, so utterly foreign to his ardent, supersensitive nature, he found a certain momentary sense of peace.
THE SOUL OF A CHILDEDWIN BJORKMAN
Gradually these supersensitive conditions would depart, leaving the usual state of mind and body.
THE ARENAVARIOUS
The authorities of the jail were not supersensitive in their morality, provided their purses were kept 153 filled.
She understood and she knew, and he, with that supersensitive instinct of his, understood the heroic effort which she made.
LORD TONY'S WIFEBARONESS EMMUSKA ORCZY
Baird was not supersensitive, but he had felt polite antagonism in her manner.
NOBODY'S CHILDELIZABETH DEJEANS

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