Definition of Sensated

1. Verb. (past of sensate) ¹



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Definition of Sensated

1. sensate [v] - See also: sensate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sensated

senopias
senoras
senores
senorita
senoritas
senors
senpai
senryu
senryus
sens
sensa
sensable
sensactor
sensactors
sensate
sensated (current term)
sensately
sensates
sensating
sensation
sensation disorders
sensation time
sensational
sensationalise
sensationalised
sensationalises
sensationalising
sensationalism
sensationalisms
sensationalist

Literary usage of Sensated

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1. The Nature of Truth: An Essay by Harold Henry Joachim (1906)
"Is greenness eg there, in the sense that it is such that, under determinate conditions, there is an actual sensated green, or an actual ..."

2. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1884)
"... extend the same idea of the term further, are sensated. The metamorphosis produced in this high structure by all its actions constitutes consciousness, ..."

3. Discussion on Atheism: Report of a Public Discussion Between the Rev. Brewin by Brewin Grant, Charles Bradlaugh (1890)
"... is unlike all it causes: for it cannot be known, cannot be "sensated," and is ... are organized and can be sensated; and of which phenomena it is the ..."

4. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1919)
"Things imagined do not have the same sort of correlations as things sensated. If you care to see more about this question, I wrote a discussion in The ..."

5. The Story of the Irish Race: A Popular History of Ireland by Seumas MacManus (1921)
"The world was sensated. The extraordinary and mysterious escape of Stephens was the sensation of the decade.9 After remaining quiet for several weeks in a ..."

6. Principles of Mental Physiology: With Their Applications to the Training and by William Benjamin Carpenter (1883)
"External influences are sensated, sympathized with, to an extraordinary degree ; harmonious music sways the body into graces the most affecting ; discords ..."

7. Select Discourses by John Smith, Simon Patrick, John Worthington (1821)
"But these corporeal motions, as they seem to arise from nothing else but merely from the machina of the body itself; so they could not at all be sensated ..."

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