His countenance showed refinement and sensitiveness but the expression stamped upon it was singularly painful.
Our sensitiveness to changes of temperature, I have noticed, is more marked than yours.
Oh, yes, we've heard a great deal all our lives about the timidity and the sensitiveness of women.
The sensitiveness of the race helped in rendering the gloom of disaster most depressing.
This gives the sensitiveness of the eye for the diminution in intensity at the other end of the scale.
He also seriously thought that sensitiveness was a part of masculinity.
His extreme vanity and sensitiveness to criticism made him often vindictive, unjust, and venomous.
The process in any case has not to do with intellect and reason, but with sensitiveness and spirit.
Thatcher had noticed this with the sensitiveness of an impoverished gentleman.
This feature added immensely to the sensitiveness of the set.