Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, 15th century
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."
Popularity Over Time
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.