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muscle sense

noun, Psychology, Physiology
1.
a sense of movement derived from afferent nerves originating in tendons, muscle tissue, skin, and joints; proprioception.
Origin of muscle sense
1890-1895
1890-95
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  • muscle sense and the equilibrium sense, if present at all, must be in a very imperfect condition at first.

    Physiology Ernest G. Martin
  • It is known that the rat makes little use of the sense of sight in learning the maze, guiding himself mostly by the muscle sense.

    Psychology Robert S. Woodworth
British Dictionary definitions for muscle sense

muscle sense

noun
1.
another name for kinaesthesia
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