Is there any fixed term which can describe an emotional person who is very gentle, kind, sensitive, and can be easily upset?
I think a construction of "gentle," "delicate," and "tender" plus "morale" or possible "character" can work; although, this is only a simple guess and rooted from the quality that we use in our language; i.e.
- He has a tender morale/character.
- He has a gentle morale/character.
- He has a delicate morale/character.
Please let me know how would you refer to such an individual.
In order to avoid any further misunderstanding, I guess I have to explain a little more! As you see in Cambridge Dictionary, the adjective "delicate" means: needing careful treatment, especially because easily damaged. Also, the word "tender" has a very close meaning where it explains it as: easily hurt; therefore, I think I can say: he has a "delicate character" OR he has a "tender character" in a figurative way; but the question is that do these sentences make sense when they stand alone or they require to be in a context to be understood or they are kind of confusing statements and sound odd and unnatural?