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See definition of supersensitive on Dictionary.com
  • as inpsychic
  • as insensitive
  • as insusceptive

synonyms for supersensitive

  • mental
  • metaphysical
  • psychological
  • spiritual
  • supernatural
  • clairvoyant
  • intellectual
  • mystic
  • occult
  • sensitive
  • analytic
  • cerebral
  • immaterial
  • impressible
  • impressionable
  • intellective
  • preternatural
  • psychal
  • psychical
  • psychogenic
  • responsive
  • sensible
  • sensile
  • sentient
  • supersensible
  • supersensory
  • supersensual
  • susceptible
  • susceptive
  • telekinetic
  • telepathic
  • transmundane
  • unworldly
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antonyms for supersensitive

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  • body
  • physical
  • real
  • strong
  • insensitive
  • unsusceptible
  • calm
  • loose
  • imprecise
  • unfeeling
  • numb
  • indifferent
  • heartless
  • thick-skinned
  • impassive
  • unresponsive
  • unaware
  • ignorant
  • laid-back
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    How to use supersensitive in a sentence

    Each one takes advantage of the mouth’s supersensitive touch sensors.
    FATHER-SON BOND INSPIRES SWEETS THAT MODEL THE SHAPES OF MOLECULESCARMEN DRAHLJUNE 30, 2021SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
    In an effort to help make science more inclusive, Shaw and his colleagues have come up with bite-sized molecule models that take advantage of the mouth’s supersensitive touch sensors, which can perceive finer details than our fingertips can.
    A SWEET FATHER-SON BOND INSPIRES TASTY NEW MOLECULE MODELSCARMEN DRAHLMAY 28, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
    I greatly fear that she is of too supersensitive a nature to go through the world without trouble.
    DRACULABRAM STOKER
    To his supersensitive watchfulness, McWha was singing that song “jest a purpose to be ugly to the kid.”
    THE BACKWOODSMENCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
    She bowed, coldly, so it seemed to my supersensitive imagination, and I replaced the hat and continued my walk.
    THE RISE OF ROSCOE PAINEJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
    Lameness is intense and the parts are swollen and supersensitive.
    LAMENESS OF THE HORSEJOHN VICTOR LACROIX
    To a highly strung and supersensitive nature like the writer's the strain must have been terrible.
    OSCAR WILDELEONARD CRESSWELL INGLEBY
    A supersensitive man, not in robust health, must have felt acutely the depressing effects of this state of things.
    LAFCADIO HEARNNINA H. KENNARD
    She was described as a slender wisp of a girl, delicately featured and with a nervous organization of the supersensitive order.
    THE STRENGTH OF THE STRONGJACK LONDON
    The subject is supersensitive; impressions call forth intense and prolonged reactions followed by exhaustion.
    DEGENERACYEUGENE S. TALBOT
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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