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Difference between 'Sensible' and 'Sensitive'


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Sensible
Sensible means intelligent,reasonable and is used in a good sense.

Sensitive
Sensitive means 'easily affected','touchy'.


Sample Usage

Sensible
1. He is a sensible man, and he should not take any exception to what you say.
2. She's a sensible,reliable person.

Sensitive
1. He is so sensitive that the slightest allusion to this affair makes him angry.
2. Sensitive to light.




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