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kinesthetic

[ kin-uhs-thet-ik ]
/ ˌkɪn əsˈθɛt ɪk /
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adjective
Psychology, Physiology. having to do with movement or sensation, especially within the body:One quintessential spa experience was to go back and forth from the scalding hot pool to the ice cold pool, sending your body into a heightened kinesthetic state.
needing to move: Some teachers feel that their most energetic and distractible students are actually kinesthetic learners, who need to get their whole body involved in the learning process.
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Also especially British, kin·aes·thet·ic .

OTHER WORDS FROM kinesthetic

kin·es·thet·ic·al·ly; especially British, kin·aes·thet·ic·al·ly, adverb
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