Definition of Sensate

1. Adjective. Having physical sensation. "Sensate creatures"

Similar to: Animate, Sentient



Definition of Sensate

1. v. t. To feel or apprehend more or less distinctly through a sense, or the senses; as, to sensate light, or an odor.

2. a. Felt or apprehended through a sense, or the senses.

Definition of Sensate

1. Adjective. Perceived by one or more of the senses. ¹

2. Adjective. Having the ability to sense things physically. ¹

3. Verb. (transitive) To feel or apprehend by means of the senses; to perceive. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sensate

1. to sense [v -SATED, -SATING, -SATES] - See also: sense

Medical Definition of Sensate

1. Able to perceive touch and other sensations; used in reference to patients who have had partial nerve or spinal cord injuries. (05 Mar 2000)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sensate

senopia
senopias
senoras
senores
senorita
senoritas
senors
senpai
senryu
senryus
sens
sensa
sensable
sensactor
sensactors
sensate (current term)
sensated
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sensation disorders
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sensationalised
sensationalises
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sensationalism
sensationalisms

Literary usage of Sensate

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1921)
"The active sensate person is a fighter against nature, against human beings, against anything or anybody that hinders the satisfaction of his sensory needs. ..."

2. The Individual and Reality: An Essay Touching the First Principles of by Edward Douglas Fawcett (1909)
"... WHEN I sensate ? § 3. A halloo is borne to my ears from yon ridge beyond the torrent. What are the proximate conditions of my having this sensation ? ..."

3. The Philosophical Review by Sage School of Philosophy, Cunningham, Gustavus Watts, 1881-, James Edwin Creighton, Frank Thilly, Jacob Gould Schurman (1897)
"The pig has eyes and a nose, and what they yield to his consciousness as confirmed by the report of touch and taste when he crunches it, is the sensate, ..."

4. Institutes of Education: Comprising an Introduction to Rational Psychology by Simon Somerville Laurie (1892)
"I sense the sensate (object) as a something not the subject, but the subject itself is ... The subject senses the sensate, but it only vaguely feels itself. ..."

5. Institutes of Education: Comprising an Introduction to Rational Psychology by Simon Somerville Laurie (1899)
"I have pointed out that what I first perceive as a one thing is that which is already a sensate. To ascertain, then, what it is I perceive, ..."

6. Expertise in Design: Design Thinking Rresearh Symposium 6 by Yusuf Pisan, Nigel Cross, Ernest A. Edmonds (2003)
"This interaction includes ambient/passive triggering, performative artistic interaction and physical sensate spaces used for games and interactive ..."

7. Institutes of Education, Comprising an Introduction to Rational Psychology by Simon Somerville Laurie (1892)
"I sense the sensate (object) as a something not the subject, but the subject itself is ... The subject senses the sensate, but it only vaguely feels itself. ..."

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