Definitions

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  • noun Anything that desensitizes
  • noun Any substance applied to the non-image part of a lithographic plate so that ink will not stick to it

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Examples

  • Time, that great desensitizer, has not diminished my feelings for Rickie.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • Time, that great desensitizer, has not diminished my feelings for Rickie.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • During the next few days, Tom used the island's facilities to work on a desensitizer.

    Golden State

  • That militaristic enviornment is a desensitizer, ensuring a lack of emotional depth.

    Only The English are British

  • "But their desensitizer is almost worthless," Tom concluded.

    Golden State

  • I personally believe the gods used the most favored people from the Mediterreanean and western Europe to accomplish this goal that was the Holocaust for multiple purposes::::::: Defiance clue, acted as desensitizer, foreshadowing, disposed of Jewish-European clue, etc.

    Saturday morning rant (story v language)

  • That militaristic enviornment is a desensitizer, ensuring a lack of emotional depth.

    Letter Two

  • That militaristic enviornment is a desensitizer, ensuring a lack of emotional depth.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • He dabbed the tooth desensitizer on the edges of the wound

    Dark Oracle

  • That militaristic enviornment is a desensitizer, ensuring a lack of emotional depth.

    Your Right Hand Thief

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