sensitive type

sensitive type,

n one who is highly susceptible to a given stimulus, such as an environmental chemical or homeopathic remedy. See also adverse drug reaction, constitution, receptivity, and typology.
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To do this, they developed a new, highly sensitive type of atomic force microscopy (AFM), allowing them to measure how aggrecan reacts at the nanoscale to very high loading rates (the speeds at which forces are applied).
Unfortunately, Stoat's not the sensitive type and the message takes a long time to filter through.
And if you're the sensitive type be warned - a veteran of pro-pornography debates and comedy material, David can make you blush in places you didn't know could turn red.
He is the sensitive type who likes going home to Walsall to have tea with his mum Ann and sister Leanne.
He had a sensitive type of injury, I don't think he has forced it at all because he's a diligent player.
We have found that there's a great footprint there for being able to do that very precise and very sensitive type of activity.
Even though the front porch is enjoying a renaissance in many new developments of the New Urbanism and environmentally sensitive type, it's still considered a luxury rather than a must-have.
Therefore, B&O says, it is essential to find the least sensitive type of fabric possible.