sensibility

Part of speech: noun

Power to feel; sensitiveness.

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Usage examples "sensibility":

  1. He looked in my face with an air of great kindness, and expressed his concern at seeing me look so ill, with his accustomed sensibility.... - "Robert Burns", Principal Shairp.
  2. His own elevation of character, and his profound sensibility, aided him in acting upon the feelings of others through the medium of the pencil. - "Self Help", Samuel Smiles.
  3. A refinement of sensibility in Mr. Flam, which I might almost denominate fastidious, has also operated with him to require the education of his daughters to be conducted under his own roof. - "Quodlibet", John P. Kennedy.