Certain to avoid talking politics in front of the hypersensitive cameras, Boehner opted for the more germane.
But the hyperactive Sarkozy is hypersensitive to these oft-repeated allegations of skullduggery.
Anyone who identifies as an ‘ist’ is going to be hypersensitive about some topics.
Seventeen years ago military leaders were hypersensitive to such a bold change in military culture.
hypersensitive from her convent upbringing she knew intuitively when he entered a room or left it.
The bald stubby man waddling forward looked neither calloused nor hypersensitive.
The directing Powers were hypersensitive to the oft-repeated charge of meddling in the internal affairs of other nations.
We taught ourselves patriotism in season, and before the days of attenuated and hypersensitive politics.
It was no time for Clancy to be hypersensitive about Vandervent's honor.
A hypersensitive conscience cost our widowed client ten thousand dollars!
hypersensitive hy·per·sen·si·tive (hī'pər-sěn'sĭ-tĭv)
Responding excessively to the stimulus of a foreign agent, such as an allergen; abnormally sensitive.