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Sensate

[SEN-seyt]

Part of speech: adjective

Origin: Latin, 15th century

1.

Perceiving or perceived by the senses.

Examples of Sensate in a sentence

"The meditation teacher encouraged tapping into the sensate realm."

"Many animals have sharper sensate abilities than humans."

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About Sensate

This word stems from the Late Latin “sensatus,” meaning "gifted with sense." Originates from “sensus,” meaning "perception, feeling, undertaking, meaning."

Did you Know?

There is a well-being device called Sensate that’s marketed as something to soothe your nerves. It serves as a form of biofeedback therapy which emits sub-audible sound waves that can be felt through the chest and can have a calming effect on the nervous system.

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