noun, plural sen·so·ri·ums, sen·so·ri·a [sen-sawr-ee-uh, -sohr-] /sɛnˈsɔr i ə, -ˈsoʊr-/.
- sensorimotor area,
- sensorineural deafness,
- sensorineural hearing impairment,
- sensory aphasia,
- sensory cortex,
- sensory deprivation,
- sensory epilepsy
Origin of sensorium
Examples from the Web for sensorium
We scan the optic discs, that we may measure the blood currents and detect unhealthful changes in the sensorium itself.Medical experts: Investigation of Insanity by Juries|W. S. Thorne
Visions of jail—perchance transportation across the dark ocean—floated in his sensorium.Tales of Bengal|S. B. Banerjea
In the body it is related to the sensorium, the centres of sensation, and reflexly controls the nerves of action.Astrology|Sepharial
After a while, the sounds began to mingle confusedly with the images floating on his own sensorium.
The sensorium receives an impression that food exists in a certain direction.A Guide to the Study of Fishes, Volume 1 (of 2)|David Starr Jordan