Definition of Sentiences
1. sentience [n] - See also: sentience
Lexicographical Neighbors of Sentiences
Literary usage of Sentiences
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Natural Salvation: The Message of Science, Outlining the First Principles of by Charles Asbury Stephens (1905)
"... according to the present biological conception, the human intellect is something more than the associated sentiences of the two hundred millions, ..."
2. An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation by Jeremy Bentham (1823)
"... according to the sum total of its con- determined sequences : that is, according to the difference sentiences'." between the sum of such as are good, ..."
3. The Great Harmonia: Being a Philosophical Revelation of the Natural by Andrew Jackson Davis (1852)
"... with numerous sentiences, Chants, Motets, and Anthems, suited to particular occasions."- Salem Observer [Extract <jf a Letter from Rea. ..."
4. Law of Wills, Executors and Administrators by James Schouler (1915)
"... clauses, or sentiences, which changed essentially certain provisions of the will from what the testator is shown to have intended. Errors of this kind, ..."
5. A Grammar of the English Language, in a Series of Letters: Intended for the ...by William Cobbett by William Cobbett (1835)
"I shall, however, carry my instructions a little further than the construction of independent sentiences. I shall make some remarks upon the manner of ..."
6. Army Regulations by Confederate States of America War Dept, United States War Dept (1902)
"... sentiences.—Under the one hundred and twelfth article of war it is held that a department commander may remit or mitigate, in his discretion, ..."