Correct spelling for SENITIVITY

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Possible correct spellings for senitivity

  • Sensitivity(Definition of sensitivity)
  • Whilst secluded in her bedroom she claimed to be affected when far-away doors were open, and showed a most uncanny and accurate knowledge as to whether they were open or shut, though this knowledge was probably derived from the sense of hearing and not from any sensitivity to heat or cold.

  • Nativity(Definition of nativity)
  • There are some, too, who even at this day take names from certain casual incidents at their nativity; a child that is born when his father is away from home is called proculus; or postumus, if after his decease; and when twins come into the world, and one dies at the birth, the survivor has the name of vopiscus.

  • Festivity(Definition of festivity)
  • Mr. laycock had come in about two in the morning and had described to leo the festivity devised by lord holme in honour of miss schley, at which he had just been present.

  • Senility(Definition of senility)
  • He seeks narrow and ill-smelling streets where the houses nod at each other, as if in the last stages of senility, muttering mysterious reminiscences of old tragedies.