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Apr
12
comment Single word to describe someone who is overly sensitive
NOT what I was looking for
Apr
11
comment Single word to describe someone who is overly sensitive
Sensitive is not strong enough for what I want.
Apr
11
comment Single word to describe someone who is overly sensitive
Fragile is good, but its connotation is more on the positive side while I'm looking for something with a negative subtext.
Apr
11
comment Single word to describe someone who is overly sensitive
Technically I'm sure you're right, but to me susceptible feels like vulnerable and nothing else.
Apr
11
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Apr
11
comment Single word to describe someone who is overly sensitive
I'm not looking for that sense. Thanks though!
Apr
11
comment Single word to describe someone who is overly sensitive
I don't mind that it's two words. However, this adds a sense of the person being tense that I'm not looking for.
Apr
11
comment Single word to describe someone who is overly sensitive
This is good- but I'm looking to add a sense of vulnerability to the adjective rather than a sense of getting angry.
Apr
11
asked Single word to describe someone who is overly sensitive
Mar
19
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
3
accepted Someone who walks on a tightrope
Feb
3
asked Someone who walks on a tightrope
Dec
7
accepted What is the difference between optimal and optimum?
Dec
6
asked What is the difference between optimal and optimum?
Nov
15
accepted Word for top and bottom of range
Nov
15
awarded  Teacher
Nov
14
answered Word for top and bottom of range
Nov
14
asked Word for top and bottom of range
Oct
24
comment Harry Potter Half-Blood Prince fiasco
+1 for fun, original question
Sep
15
comment “Let's burn that bridge when we come to it” – is this sort of idiom mixing considered a pun, and if so, does it have a specific name?
I'm being a little slow here, but which two idioms is this phrase mixing?