Definition of Hypersensitised
1. Adjective. Having an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor). "Hypersensitive to pollen"
Similar to: Susceptible
Derivative terms: Allergy, Hypersensitivity, Hypersensitivity
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hypersensitised
Literary usage of Hypersensitised
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Borrowed Plumes by Owen Seaman (1902)
"... regret for having been forestalled in the treatment of a subject of which the narrow scope it offered for the play of hypersensitised subtlety remained ..."
2. Fame and Fiction: An Enquiry Into Certain Popularities by Arnold Bennett (1901)
"Indeed, I should hesitate to deny to Miss Braddon the title of artist. When, with a mind hypersensitised to receive critical impressions, ..."
3. The Master Problem by James Marchant (1917)
"In the case quoted there was no possibility that the girl was hypersensitised by reading the warnings, for scarcely had the " pander " paid the fine in the ..."
4. A Handbook of fevers by J. Campbell McClure, . (1914)
"The constitutional symptoms of hypersensitised patients are usually much more severe than in those who have had no serum previously and may, indeed, ..."