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hypersensitive (high" pur SEN suh tiv) (adjective), more hypersensitive, most hypersensitive
1. Very easily hurt, offended, or upset; fragile: Shirley often has hypersensitive reactions when she remembers that, as a little girl, her poverty stricken parents gave her up for adoption to another couple who were better off financially.
2. Overly affected or harmed by something; such as, medical drugs, diseases, etc.: Reginald is hypersensitive to the medicine that the doctor prescribed; and as a result, he has been suffering with violent reactions even with small amounts.
Very easily offended or having hurt feelings.

Very easily offended or upset.
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This entry is located in the following units: hyper-, hyp- (page 15) senso-, sens-, sensi-, sensori-, sent- (page 3)
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Conveying a situation that shows that one has been greatly upset, disturbed, or harmed by something. (2)