supersensitive


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Synonyms for supersensitive

having an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor)

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The combination of new column with hydroxide eluents can perform supersensitive analysis.
Power corrupts, according to Lord Acton, when a leader ceases to listen to advice and the sentiment of the people and becomes intolerant and supersensitive to criticisms and critics.
The dialogue-light hit centres around a family - who communicate in sign language - hunted by monsters with supersensitive hearing.
Patolsky, "Supersensitive detection of explosives by silicon nanowire arrays," Angewandte Chemie International Edition, vol.
If you are supersensitive to pressure, bruise easily, or on blood thinners, start with a white one.
Peter disappointed Paul Hollywood by putting five teaspoons of baking powder in his coconut cake which "burned" the judge's supersensitive taste buds.
The busybody, supersensitive, little snowflakes who waste everyone's time, and accomplish nothing, may want to wake up and smell the coffee - organic, of course - and get a life.
If you happen to be one of them and you have wondered why you are supersensitive, don't worry.
More often than not underheight, overweight and supersensitive, the Pinoy male is too inadequate to decently compete in even the most obscure contest intended to celebrate manly beauty.
Lichens and other supersensitive species begin to shift first, but the same contaminants may hit hardier plants and animals next.
Working at Bell Labs in Holmdel, New Jersey, in 1964, Arno Penzias and Robert Wilson were experimenting with a 6 meter (20 ft) long, supersensitive horn antenna which was originally built to detect radio waves bounced off satellites.
It can cause much harm to the supersensitive people who cannot bear a little shock, she said.