un sensate


perceiving or perceived through the senses.

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

sensately, adverb
nonsensate, adjective
unsensate, adjective
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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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