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Noun(1) an unelaborated elementary awareness of stimulation(2) someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field(3) a general feeling of excitement and heightened interest(4) a state of widespread public excitement and interest(5) the faculty through which the external world is apprehended
(1) they had lost sensation in one or both forearms(2) They were then flooded with white light and felt a tingling sensation go through their bodies.(3) she had the eerie sensation that she was being watched(4) I had the distinct sensation that I was a puppet of an addictive manipulator, that there was a kind of sinister hand which was forcing me in directions that I didn't like.(5) his arrest for poisoning caused a sensation(6) Instead, it presents the listener with the sensation that this work is being created anew.(7) And an unusual sensation that I've stepped out of a lift onto the wrong floor.(8) The knockout mice had greatly reduced touch sensitivity when compared to normal mice, but touch sensation did not disappear entirely.(9) He then gradually lost sensation in his right arm, hand and leg, with marked motor disability of his right hand, and developed dizziness.(10) From budgets to the instability of nature, Burden of Dreams was destined to be less of a cinematic sensation and more of a pragmatic motion picture.(11) That feels or is capable of feeling; having the power or function of sensation or of perception by the senses.(12) Shades, like iPods, give you the gratifying sensation that you are starring in your own movie - not to mention a host of other exclusive benefits.(13) Each dish is an unprecedented sensation , and the idea of ever again considering eating anything I'd previously thought of as food quickly becomes absurd.(14) In perception and in sensation , consciousness need not reside in the intentional objects of awareness in order for the state of awareness to be conscious.(15) And few of us have not been tempted by harmless superstition: a sensation that something may have happened for a purpose.(16) This method for measuring the perception of respiratory sensation may be a viable alternative to the bronchial provocation test.
(1) tactile sensation :: tactile pang-amoy
1. feeling ::
2. commotion ::
4. virtuoso ::
5. sense datum ::
Different Formssensation, sensational, sensations
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