Having the faculty of sensation; pertaining to the senses. (adjective)
Responsive to stimuli. (adjective)
Of a person, easily offended, upset or hurt. (adjective)
Of an issue, capable of offending, upsetting or hurting. (adjective)
Accurate (instrument) (adjective)
One with a paranormal sensitivity to something that most cannot perceive. (noun)
Examples of word sensitive
But, nonetheless, I'm sure that there are many stupid people who believe that the word sensitive translates into sissy.
Off the site that night, and through the next day, we did what they call sensitive site exploitation, and we did pick up quite a bit of stuff out of the house, the safe house there.
We've also organized some units to do this and embedded in other units, for example within some of our Special Operations units and some of our forward-operating units, the ability to do what we call sensitive site exploitation, the ability to go into a place, to examine it in detail with the right knowledge, with the right equipment, related to weapons of mass destruction.
They are basically going through what they call sensitive site exploitation.
We have them at what we call sensitive locations, the places that you might think somebody might want to do something with, and then we also have them at the entrances and exits to the city, so that we can have checkpoints, and at the airport.