There is a youth in New-York, who has long been master of my too sensitive
heart, and without him life will be a burthen.
Something had made her keenly and additionally sensitive
His first impulse was an unselfish love for his fellow-men, with an aggressive eagerness for martyrdom in their behalf; his nature was unusually, even abnormally, fine and sensitive; and his poetic quality was a delicate and ethereal lyricism unsurpassed in the literature of the world.
Of the 'Ode to the West Wind,' a succession of surging emotions and visions of beauty swept, as if by the wind itself, through the vast spaces of the world, Swinburne exclaims: 'It is beyond and outside and above all criticism, all praise, and all thanksgiving.' The 'Lines Written among the Euganean Hills,' 'The Indian Serenade,' 'The Sensitive Plant' (a brief narrative), and not a few others are also of the highest quality.
As he lay, thinking furiously on every possibility of self-salvation, there came to his sensitive
nostrils a faint and a familiar scent.
The effort proved to be useless; the impression that had been produced on the young and sensitive
mind was not to be removed by persuasion.
She has no special weakness, but inherits her mother's sensitive
Lucy is so sweet and sensitive that she feels influences more acutely than other people do.
I greatly fear that she is of too super sensitive a nature to go through the world without trouble.
Already, it was quite evident that he had his mother's sensitive, affectionate nature.
As sensitive as herself, adoring her to the point of worship, he was easily punished by her displeasure or five minutes of enforced quiet on a chair.
I hate rudeness and bad manners of every kind, for I am extremely sensitive
. No one in the whole world is so sensitive
as I am, I am quite sure of that."