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cenesthesia

[ see-nuhs-thee-zhuh, -zhee-uh, -zee-uh, sen-uhs- ]
/ ˌsi nəsˈθi ʒə, -ʒi ə, -zi ə, ˌsɛn əs- /
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noun Psychology.

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Also ce·nes·the·sis [see-nis-thee-sis, sen-is-]. /ˌsi nɪsˈθi sɪs, ˌsɛn ɪs-/.

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British Dictionary definitions for cenesthesia

cenesthesia
/ (ˌsiːnɪsˈθiːzɪə) /

noun

psychol a variant spelling (esp US) of coenesthesia
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Medical definitions for cenesthesia

cenesthesia
[ sē′nĭs-thēzhə ]

n.

The sensation caused by the normal functioning of the internal organs; a sense of conscious existence.

Other words from cenesthesia

ce′nes•thesic (-zĭk) adj.
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