noun (plural sensibilities)[mass noun]
- Those of us who knew this other Clyde, this man of strong emotional sensibility, are grateful for the experience.
- Chinese artists show unique sensibility and emotion in their observation.
- As it was, there was absolutely no aesthetic sensibility at work whatsoever.
- That is, of course, when it doesn't offend people's delicate sensibilities.
- Is the frontier a little too foreign and rough to your delicate Eastern sensibilities?
- No one, as far as I am aware, threatened to sue her for wounding their delicate sensibilities.
- He knew full well that his friend was beginning to lose his sensibility but the pain still had a bitter sting.
- Threshold tests of sensibility correlated accurately with symptoms of nerve compression.
Late Middle English (denoting the power of sensation): from late Latin sensibilitas, from sensibilis 'that can be perceived by the senses' (see sensible).
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