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I feel no sensibility on the subject.
I want you to bring that sensibility to your.
The lack there is in sensibility concerning Sir.
Every sensibility told him that this could not be.
It was not compassion or even mere nervous sensibility.
Evremond shivered at it with all his sensibility and pride.
She had an artist’s sensibility, but she was so practical.

Most of us in our cars chose sense over sensibility by staying.
Man and the Natural World: A History of the Modern Sensibility.
Phil as usual is the voice of caution, and sensibility, We still gotta look normal.
Princess Mary, with her acute sensibility, understood all this at the first glance at.
Is "IT" intelligent and has a brain of "ITS" own? If not, then "IT" has no sensibility, then "IT".
And when he thought of Decoud being drowned, too, his sensibility was almost overcome by this miserable end.
Dimmesdale was left by the retiring wave of intellect and sensibility, stepped forward hastily to offer his support.
For me music (or rather, piano-playing) was simply a means of winning the ladies’ good graces through their sensibility.
Is "IT" intelligent and has a brain of "ITS" own? If not, then "IT" has no sensibility, then "IT" is only a nonliving thing.
The carousel, like the earth spinning, whipped away air, sunlight, sense and sensibility, leaving only dark, cold, and age.
I have said, that it would be a virtual dissolution of the Union; and gentlemen express great sensibility at the expression.
Is "IT" intel igent and has a brain of "ITS" own? If not, then "IT" has no sensibility, then "IT" is only a nonliving thing.
In doing this I regret extremely that I shall wound the delicate taste and exquisite sensibility of my learned colleague (Mr.
The floating pollen seemed to be his notes made visible, and the dampness of the garden the weeping of the garden's sensibility.
All this did nothing to the Actress’ sensibility so she took firm hold of the shot glass in front of her and downed it in one.
To save a man, to spare a father's feelings, or a mother's sensibility, is not to do a good action, but a simple deed of humanity.
With respect to this love of our Union, concerning which so much sensibility is expressed, I have no fear about analyzing its nature.
But I hoped he could lead us to a killer with the sensibility of a department-store window dresser and the bloodlust of Jeffrey Dahmer.
The position occupied by Toporoff, involving as it did an incongruity of purpose, could only be held by a dull man devoid of moral sensibility.
He was like a chef presenting fabulous new dishes, lobsters of intellect, figs of sensibility, the very tastes that had freed him from Altana.
She would have taken this for excess of sensibility and the sign of a deep capacity for faithful devotion if it hadn't been for those trousers.
Where the older and supposedly wiser trolls were sniffing out doggies and dumpsters and department stores, Gasbag had a more lofty sensibility.
The truth is, we cannot liken, nor will the similitude hold good between an individual's honor, or his sensibility to it, and that of a nation's.
Smith, unless received by him as presenting a contrast to his own deportment, in which case he owes his feelings to his own conscious sensibility.
I was struck by the sudden transition from the touching sensibility with which she had just been speaking to me to this petty reckoning and captiousness.
A brief thought had him thinking he was suffering a heart attack, a quick death, at least, but sensibility kicked in and he realised it was muscle ache.
If gentlemen would only reserve for their own Government half the sensibility which is indulged for that of Great Britain, they would find much less to condemn.
It must have been the effect of the music, which, while exciting my nervous sensibility, drowned (as I supposed) the less intelligible portion of my utterances.
In Arthur Dimmesdale, thought and imagination were so active, and sensibility so intense, that the bodily infirmity would be likely to have its groundwork there.
Fanny's attractions increased—increased twofold; for the sensibility which beautified her complexion and illumined her countenance was an attraction in itself.
Fanny’s attractions increased, increased twofold; for the sensibility which beautified her complexion and illumined her countenance was an attraction in itself.
I will not dwell on the long catalogue of our wrongs and disgrace, which has been repeated until the sensibility of the nation is benumbed by the dishonorable detail.
A personality within it was so far-reaching in her influence as to spread into and make the bricks, mortar, and whole overhanging sky throb with a burning sensibility.

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