Definition of Sentiencies
1. sentiency [n] - See also: sentiency
Lexicographical Neighbors of Sentiencies
Literary usage of Sentiencies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1890)
"Invested in these five successive wrappers, one above the other, the impersonal •elf manifesta itself in the shape of innumerable sentiencies, as beast, ..."
2. Recent British Philosophy: Including Some Comments on Mr. Mill's Answer to by David Masson (1877)
"—the belief in the indestructibility, and perpetual discriminated duration somewhere and somehow, of all sentiencies of the human degree that had ever once ..."
3. Recent British Philosophy: A Review, with Criticisms by David Masson (1867)
"Well, does he not everywhere mark this peculiarity—that each sentiency is aware of at least some of the sentiencies higher than itself, and includes these ..."
4. Works by Herbert Spencer (1898)
"How does it subserve individual sentiencies? Primarily by preventing interferences with the carrying on of individual lives. In the first stage, ..."
5. Bibliotheca Sacra and American Biblical Repository (1851)
"It is to show, that as each sense has its separate office for distinct sentiencies, and that what we become sentient of by one sense, we cannot become ..."