[ UK /sˈɛnsɪtˌaɪzɪŋ/ ]
- making susceptible or sensitive to either physical or emotional stimuli
- rendering an organism sensitive to a serum by a series of injections
How To Use sensitising In A Sentence
- It is a scene of abject desolation that illustrated how glib the assumption was that the occupational hazards of swings in fortune ends up desensitising players. Football's inside-story tellers change perceptions and expose the soul | Rob Bagchi
- The treatment works by desensitizing the animals' immune system to a protein residing within their blood vessels.
- Allergic contact dermatitis improves with removal of the sensitizing agent.
- Is there then even a faint possibility of sensitising kids to the utopian ideals of freedom, justice and equality?
- Thus, activated T cells treated with a variety of photosensitizing agents consistently exhibit an increased sensitivity to PDT relative to T cells in an unstimulated state.
- Cartoons and comics also have the potential to be used as an effective means of social communication and may be employed as a powerful tool for sensitising masses to a cause, or mobilising public opinion on an issue.
- Since then, state-sponsored atrocities have been so huge and commonplace, and so desensitizing, that readers may have to pause to grasp Pipes's point: "The massacre, by secret order of the government, of a family that for all its Imperial background was remarkably commonplace, guilty of nothing, desiring only to be allowed to live in peace, carried mankind for the first time across the threshold of delib - erate genocide. Man Of The Century, Alas
- Confused by this, I rub along the sides of my mouth, desensitizing my over-active nerves.
- Riboflavin photodegradation and photosensitizing effects are highly dependent on oxygen and ascorbate concentrations.
- Besides sensitising the people to the menace, the Central Bureau of Investigation should be permitted to act independently.