[ sen-seyt ]
/ ˈsɛn seɪt /
perceiving or perceived through the senses.
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OTHER WORDS FROM sensatesen·sate·ly, adverbnon·sen·sate, adjectiveun·sen·sate, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for sensate
It is the declamation, when the model is alive or sensate; it is the tone, when the model is insensate.
Its long, funnel-shaped form dipped and lifted, trailing back and forth like some sensate thing.Winning the Wilderness|Margaret Hill McCarter
British Dictionary definitions for sensate
/ (ˈsɛnseɪt) /
perceived by the senses
obsolete having the power of sensation
Derived forms of sensatesensately, adverb
Word Origin for sensate
C16: from Late Latin sensātus endowed with sense, from Latin sensus sense
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Medical definitions for sensate
[ sĕn′sāt′ ]
Perceived by a sense or the senses.
Having physical sensation.
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