perceiving or perceived through the senses.

1490–1500; < Late Latin sēnsātus. See sense, -ate1

sensately, adverb
nonsensate, adjective
unsensate, adjective Unabridged
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sensate (ˈsɛnseɪt)
1.  perceived by the senses
2.  obsolete having the power of sensation
[C16: from Late Latin sensātus endowed with sense, from Latin sensussense]

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sensate sen·sate (sěn'sāt') or sen·sat·ed (-sā'tĭd)

  1. Perceived by a sense or the senses.

  2. Having physical sensation.

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Example sentences
He is serene, still sensate, hardly inconvenienced by his own demise.
Each of the three sites is first defined as sensate or insensate.
Review of fetal sensate development and implications for practice, especially for surgical procedures in the last trimester.
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