verb (used with object), censed, censing.
Origin of cense
Examples from the Web for cense
In collecting these massive amounts of data and all those minute fluctuations, however, CeNSE needs human oversight.
Peter Hartwell is a distinguished technologist and the lead on HP Labs Central Nervous System for the Earth project (CeNSE).
Etymologically the words seem akin, cense being a tax or toll (cess), and tensare meaning to lay under toll or tribute.
Censer is apparently the name applied to one who pays a cense or cess.
A procession is made through each house to cense every room.Christmas in Ritual and Tradition, Christian and Pagan|Clement A. Miles