So he learned about poverty and was sensitized to it.
Their entire life is sensitized for poetic reverie, for a reverie which knows the price of solitude.
Time-and an education-sensitized him to the inequities in education.
The first commercial product to incorporate dye-sensitized thin-film solar cells will soon be on the market.
Dye-sensitized solar cells are flexible and cheap to make, but they tend to be inefficient at converting light into electricity.
Cheap and easy-to-make dye-sensitized solar cells are still in the early stages of commercial production.
We were sensitized to the fact that stem cells were going to be touchy territory.
Our driving will become sensitized to fake images and eventually real life tragedy will occur.
British Dictionary definitions for sensitized
to make or become sensitive
(transitive) to render (an individual) sensitive to a drug, allergen, etc
(transitive) (photog) to make (a material) sensitive to light or to other actinic radiation, esp to light of a particular colour, by coating it with a photographic emulsion often containing special chemicals, such as dyes