Definition of Sentiently

1. adv. In a sentient or perceptive way.



Definition of Sentiently

1. Adverb. In a sentient or perceptive way. ¹

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Definition of Sentiently

1. [adv]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sentiently

sententiosity
sententious
sententiously
sententiousness
senteries
sentery
sentest
senti
sentics
sentience
sentiences
sentiencies
sentiency
sentient
sentiently (current term)
sentients
sentiment
sentimental
sentimental value
sentimentalisation
sentimentalisations
sentimentalise
sentimentalised
sentimentaliser
sentimentalisers
sentimentalises
sentimentalising
sentimentalism
sentimentalisms

Literary usage of Sentiently

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

1. Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic by William Hamilton, Henry Longueville Mansel (1860)
"Thus, Animal, or sentiently- ... is contrasted with Not-animal, or Not-sentiently-organized ( | A), by lines thicker than those which merely discriminate ..."

2. Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform by William Hamilton, Robert Turnbull (1853)
"... from those marking the separation of one part of the same class from another. Thus, Animal, or sentiently-organized (A), is contrasted with Not-animal, ..."

3. Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform by William Hamilton (1852)
"Thus, Animal, or sentiently-organised, (A), is contrasted with Not-animal, or Not- sentiently-organised, ( | A), by lines thicker than those which merely ..."

4. Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform by William Hamilton, Robert Turnbull (1855)
"... from those marking the separation of one part of the same class from another. Thus, Animal, or sentiently-organized (A), is contrasted with Not-animal, ..."

5. Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform by William Hamilton, Robert Turnbull (1858)
"... from those marking the separation of one part of the same class from another. Thus, Animal, or sentiently-organized (A), is contrasted with Not-animal, ..."

6. Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform by William Hamilton (1861)
"... from those marking the separation of one part of the same class from another. Thus, Animal, or sentiently-organized (A), is contrasted with Not-animal, ..."

7. Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform by William Hamilton, Robert Turnbull (1853)
"... from those marking the separation of one part of the same class from another. Thus, Animal, or sentiently-organized (A), is contrasted with Not-animal, ..."

8. Medical Logic by Friedrich Oesterlen (1855)
"But upon the ground of former experience, whether our own or that of other men, we are agreed to call the groups of phenomena thus sentiently recognized, ..."

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