Examples of hypersensitive in a Sentence
She's hypersensitive about her past.
People who are hypersensitive to the chemical may have violent reactions even to small amounts.
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Still the stereotypes associated with it — that migraine sufferers are hypersensitive, whiny women — persist.
Aren’t some people hypersensitive, imagining slights, or looking for a reason to feel righteously indignant?
Then there was his chronic bent for self-sabotage, which turned with quick, hypersensitive bitterness against band members, business partners, and live audiences alike.
But investors are currently hypersensitive to even slight changes in tone.
By Sunday, there are prospects seeing snowflakes — not the politically hypersensitive kind but the beautifully unique frozen crystals of water.
The Kremlin remains hypersensitive about publicizing Islamist attacks.
Aronofsky’s mania for various tribulations never finds a higher meaning, and his emphasis on female discomfort (Lawrence looks zombified, both clueless and hypersensitive) makes him the perfect filmmaker for the Hillary Clinton era.
Many white people feel that this term is used too haphazardly, and that being called racist is a silencing tactic deployed by hypersensitive people of color who don’t want to move on from the past.
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hypersensitivityplay \-ˌsen(t)-sə-ˈtiv-ət-ē\ noun plural hypersensitivities
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