The whole self is oversensitive, and the very inflection of a voice has enormous significance.
My nature, unhappily, is an oversensitive one, and is apt to be affected by trifles.
I know the value of correct dressing, and I am not oversensitive.
But then, I thought, all this may be because I'm oversensitive.
Neither she nor her brothers understood their oversensitive relative.
The rigorous altitude of intellect in which she was reared served as a corrective to the oversensitive quality of her imagination.
Had you been self-depreciating and oversensitive, what I said would have turned you from that field of effort.
The days that followed were full of emotion for these two people, who were perhaps always ever-serious, oversensitive.
But if ambition is oversensitive, moral indignation is ever consolatory, for it plants us on the Judgement Seat.
In her childhood she suffered continually because of this oversensitive nature.