Related formsnon·sen·tience, nounnon·sen·tien·cy, noun
Examples from the Web for sentiency
Rutherford paced up and down the room in a stress of sentiency.The Sheriff's Son|William MacLeod Raine
Roof and walls had attached themselves to his sentiency, even as the shell of the snail is attached to its pulp.
In time that rope came to have sentiency in the eyes of Wade.
But in all the stillness, what sentiency, what passion—as in her heart!The Dark Flower|John Galsworthy