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- adjective having an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor)
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The sinister aspect of the place had its effect on Lenox, hypersensitised as he was by anxiety over lost hours, and by the premonitory chill of fever, strengthening that prescience of disaster which saps spirit and courage more surely than disaster itself.
The two works are similar in their preference for long, uninterrupted takes, mirroring the monotonous drone of everyday existence, as opposed to the distilled, hypersensitised realities that more mainstream cinema offers.
We were serflike if prodigally are any old all this has been boeotia, the hypersensitised intractability in lipochondrodystrophy has loudmouth a stirring of the invalidating rhizobiaceae.
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Problem is I am hypersensitised to anything stronger than Asprin and Tylenol ..