keenly sensitive

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He was keenly sensitive, hopelessly self-conscious, and the amused glance that the other stole privily at him over the top of the letter burned into him like a dagger- thrust.
He is keenly sensitive, and in a more delicately discriminating way than any of his predecessors, to all the external beauty and glory of Nature, especially inanimate Nature--of mountains, woods and fields, streams and flowers, in all their infinitely varied aspects.
There is no moment in the life of man, when he is so keenly sensitive on the subject of the perfection of his mistress, as that in which he completely admits her power.
She began to have an agitating certainty that the misfortune was something more than the mere loss of money, being keenly sensitive to the fact that Selina now, just as Mrs.
For a moment we caught a glimpse of the natural man, impulsive, ardent, keenly sensitive.
Ruling parties in the United States, France, Belgium, Turkey as well as Bangladesh are keenly sensitive about terrorist attacks on their watch, plotted by and influenced by jihadists returning from the battlefronts in Syria and Iraq.
Given that major political parties in Pakistan on either end of the spectrum were all keenly sensitive to the idea of normalizing ties with India, participants observed that Modis turn towards hard conditionality was that the international environment as overwhelming favourable towards India.
Children's antennae, for guilt especially, is keenly sensitive, and the little imps have little trouble exploiting this guilt and building on it.
If the poet-protagonists of recent novels by Ben Lerner and Nicholson Baker are to be believed, contemporary poets are keenly sensitive to the kind of charlatanism Simpson describes because they tend to see themselves as frauds.
Bonino is of the view that Iran is keenly sensitive to the chemical weapons issue, given that in the first Gulf War, when they were used by Saddam Hussein, such weapons cost Tehran more than 100,000 lives.
I honestly could not tell the difference in light transmission between the two models, and optical clarity (something I'm keenly sensitive to) is off the charts on both.
Born in 1908, Armenian-Canadian photographer Yousuf Karsh used his camera and a keenly sensitive eye to chronicle the epic known as the twentieth century.