Examples of sensibility in a Sentence
The writer is remembered most for his sensibility.
She's a woman of poetic sensibility.
Recent Examples of sensibility from the Web
The mix-and-match sensibility of the native New Yorker makes the distinctions between hip-hop, electronic dance music, R
The collective impulse to tear down statues and rename buildings to meet modern sensibilities is growing stronger by the day.
The full orchestra accompanied the Gershwin, playing with the musical sensibility and communication of a chamber ensemble.
Under Drexler, Lyons, and Muytjens, J.Crew positioned itself as a designer brand—or, perhaps more accurately, a consumer brand pushing an attainable designer sensibility.
Oliver is perhaps the most peripatetic poet since William Wordsworth, whose rambles on foot around England’s Lake District deeply informed both the pastoral sensibility and rhythm of his verse.
His often-confrontational take on street photography is framed within his modern day film noir sensibility.
Vintage offerings at the Senator Two film classics, embodying vastly different sensibilities but sharing a love for the unending possibilities of cinema, are being showcased this week at the Senator Theatre.
Be careful with indecision, though: If not properly managed, Libra can adopt a people-pleasing sensibility that struggles to find resolution.
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medical Definition of sensibility
- sensibility to pain
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