touchy in Japans
"Why are you so touchy all of a sudden?" Debbie said, and Darla felt guilty again.
Adam Ivanitch was a very touchy and sensitive man, like all "superior" Germans.
It is very touchy, because it is very thin.
Nutbeem handled touchy stories very well.
The murals were a touchy issue since he'd asked Quinn and the art department to do them, and she'd been against it.
'I don't know nothing about his business one way or t'other.' Bill sounded touchy.
I have no desire though to sound like a touchy feely, self-help guru who massages your emotions while feeding you a line about overcoming adversity with positive thoughts.
But supporting the Rothley report will mean that the European Parliament shows itself to be both touchy and short-sighted.
It is clear that, suddenly, this House has become more touchy, and quite possibly lacking in self-criticism.
It is important because money is a touchy subject, very dear to all our hearts, and certainty is never possible.