Definition of Sensates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of sensate) ¹



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Definition of Sensates

1. sensate [v] - See also: sensate

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sensates

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

Literary usage of Sensates

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

1. Psychological Transactions by Emanuel Swedenborg, Alfred Acton (1920)
"THAT IT IS THE SOUL ALONE WHICH sensates, PERCEIVES, UNDERSTANDS. The soul is the pure intelligence, and the life of our body; to which, as to their centre, ..."

2. Institutes of Education: Comprising an Introduction to Rational Psychology by Simon Somerville Laurie (1892)
"That percipience as above defined is of inner sensates as well as of outer sensates; 5. That the knowledge of all we can finally know begins with ..."

3. Institutes of Education: Comprising an Introduction to Rational Psychology by Simon Somerville Laurie (1899)
"... four-footed animals which thereafter come before him " cows," until he knows better (as we say).^ So vague are sensates, and the first percepts of these ..."

4. Autology: An Inductive System of Mental Science; Whose Centre is the Will by David Henry Hamilton (1873)
"The second operation of the reason in relative knowing is that by which it collides and sensates, and thus comes into contact with external objects, ..."

5. Institutes of Education, Comprising an Introduction to Rational Psychology by Simon Somerville Laurie (1892)
"... he calls the four-footed animals which thereafter come before him "cows," until he knows better (as we say).2 So vague are sensates, and the first ..."

6. The New Englander by William Lathrop Kingsley (1872)
"Reason, therefore, cannot be conscious of anything, and hence cannot be reason, unless it, 1, sensates, 2, co"templates, 3, conceives; all of which three ..."

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