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sensibility

sen si bi li tee

  • n  mental responsiveness and awareness
  • n  refined sensitivity to pleasurable or painful impressions
    cruelty offended his sensibility
  • n  (physiology) responsiveness to external stimuli; the faculty of sensation

  • Executive vice president of original programming and development Lauren Corrao says Silverman's a rare woman comic whom guys like: "She's a beautiful woman, but her sensibility is .
  • Hitch's arch sensibility and feel for popcorn entertainment made, in the words of his droll introductions, for a go-o-o-o-d e-e-e-e-vening indeed.
  • After it came along, nothing was the same, and it established a generation's cultural references and sensibility.
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  • Pope Benedict XVI in Telegraph.co.uk
    I am deeply sorry for the reactions in some countries to a few passages of my address at the University of Regensberg, which were considered offensive to the sensibility of Muslims,said Pope Benedict XVI in his Angelus address.
  • Jesse Jackson in Washington Post
    Clearly he needs some race sensibility training, and some psychiatric help. His anger is volatile and dangerous to himself and others,Jackson said. "I hope he gets the help he needs. But the culture that's producing this kind of animosity...
  • J Michael Straczynski in ABC News
    J.Michael Straczynski, the new writer for the DC Comics series, told the New York Times he wanted to "toughen her up and give her a modern sensibility" and change the outfit Wonder Woman has been wearing for almost seven decades.

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