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    1. He was beginning to put this together now, 'lab equipment' had been too touchy for Tahlmute

    2. He still remembered her touchy reaction to his speculation about reading in an RNAcid trip of some other person

    3. What she did get was a report that Tahlmute was very nervous and touchy about the investigation, to the point where her contact had to back off

    4. "He's touchy about his car

    5. If you attempt to call them on their personnel, programs, and policies, you will inevitably be put off, if not downright lied to, for liberalism itself has become, over the years, a touchy subject for those of the left

    6. Any country has its share of criminal characters and we always joke and say they are already in SA (South Africa) and London which is unfair and Nigerians are touchy on this subject

    7. Local authorities who are generally touchy and old-maidish in their political correctness routinely ban the use of such terms as “Christmas”, acting like latter day Scrooges

    8. Individuals have become touchy and even paranoid

    9. Kosmo was very touchy

    10. He’s very touchy about the subject of Communism, having grown up in it

    11. it, that he would avoid the touchy subject as much as he could

    12. On the other hand, perhaps they were astounded at what they considered sarcasm—one never knows with these touchy fellows

    13. Step on it a bit, we don’t want to keep him waiting at this time of the morning, you know how touchy he can be!”

    14. We were getting close to a touchy subject

    15. The little fairy was not speaking, everything what she did was laughing with a touchy and nasal snigger and produced dresses and more dresses

    16. Huggy, kissy, touchy, feely

    17. “Don’t touch! Sahib you can look but none of this touchy business…not until we have a confirmed deal,” said Suraj putting on a strong southern Indian accent

    18. She was a bit touchy

    19. However, the topic of his parents was a very touchy point

    20. But where the nature of the body really gets touchy, and where its

    21. It was the most emotional and touchy moment in my life

    22. She is a bit touchy about her private life

    23. But these Anuunaki are touchy

    24. You mystics are a bloody touchy lot

    25. I know women tend to be touchy when it comes to the other woman

    26. Andersen smiled kindly and said to both of the Hartts, “This is a touchy subject

    27. him that she was all about touchy feely

    28. and is overly obnoxious and touchy and walks by and always wants to

    29. I am more touchy

    30. "You're growing altogether too suspicious and touchy to live," she said aloud; and decided that what she probably needed was a good meal, and that the first thing she did in Oxford would be to go and have one

    31. “Ain’ that touchy?” He wiped an imaginary tear on his sleeve

    32. "Touchy this morning, aren't we?"

    33. These are not touchy feely areas but serious areas affecting the company’s wealth and the staffs’ health

    34. My wife, a whirlwind of energy and organizational ability, was serving at a Greek embassy in Europe and was dispatched, on the double, to Alexandria where two Heads of State, many diplomats and untold delegations from all the Orthodox churches would be present, all, needless to say, touchy and jealous of their standing

    35. want to open a subject that was touchy and Teresa would perhaps not wish to broach

    36. Anyway, I’m too old for touchy feely

    37. “You said we could do touchy feely

    38. Gideon had always had touchy fingers, even as a child

    39. Maturing children are touchy, sensitive, self-conscious, modest, seclusive

    40. "As for Reinaldos," replied Don Quixote, "I venture to say that he was broad-faced, of ruddy complexion, with roguish and somewhat prominent eyes, excessively punctilious and touchy, and given to the society of thieves and scapegraces

    41. Women especially are so touchy

    42. “It’ s obviously a touchy subject

    43. The hall of the prior’ s house was used for his meetings with townspeople, but all the same it would be unusual for a woman to go in alone without an appointment, and Godwyn was increasingly touchy about such things

    44. But Al Ulbrickson wasn’t one to waste a lot of time trying to figure out a touchy kid’s tender spots

    45. It was not until he had received his apology that our touchy friend would suffer himself to be appeased

    46. Her sweet sympathy and her bright-eyed interest in every word he uttered were balm upon the Suellen’s conduct and his vanity, the shy, touchy vanity of a middle-aged bachelor who wound left by Suellen’s supposed defection

    47. And they gave such splendid balls and drove such fine horses and simply worshiped Southern girls! They treated them like queens and were so careful not to injure their touchy pride and, after all—why not associate with them?

    48. Yet the intrinsic quality of the event moved his touchy sensitiveness less than its conjectured effect upon the minds of others

    49. Last, the volatile set of breakouts were added, and failed breakouts, which can be touchy, subjective, and dangerous, bring up the rear, so the progression is from simple and well-defined to complex and potentially confusing

    50. Not to grieve a kind master, I learned to be less touchy; and, for the space of half a year, the gunpowder lay as harmless as sand, because no fire came near to explode it

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    Synonymes pour "touchy"

    delicate ticklish touchy feisty huffy thin-skinned precarious risky hazardous chancy unstable cantankerous irascible peevish grouchy testy