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coenesthesia

or ce路nes路the路sia

[ see-nuhs-thee-zhuh, -zhee-uh, -zee-uh, sen-uhs- ]
/ 藢si n蓹s藞胃i 蕭蓹, -蕭i 蓹, -zi 蓹, 藢s蓻n 蓹s- /
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noun Psychology.
the aggregate of impressions arising from organic sensations that forms the basis of one's awareness of body or bodily state, as the feeling of health, vigor, or lethargy.
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Also coe路nes路the路sis, ce路nes路the路sis [see-nuhs-thee-sis, sen-uhs-] /藢si n蓹s藞胃i s瑟s, 藢s蓻n 蓹s-/ .

Origin of coenesthesia

First recorded in 1880鈥85; coen(o)- + esthesia

Words nearby coenesthesia

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British Dictionary definitions for coenesthesia

coenesthesia

cenesthesia coenesthesis or cenesthesis (藢si藧n瑟s藞胃i藧s瑟s)

/ (藢si藧n瑟s藞胃i藧z瑟蓹) /

noun
psychol general awareness of one's own body

Derived forms of coenesthesia

coenesthetic or cenesthetic (藢si藧n瑟s藞胃蓻t瑟k), adjective
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