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consensual con·sen·su·al (kən-sěn'shōō-əl)

  1. Of or relating to a reflexive response of one body structure following stimulation of another, such as the concurrent constriction of one pupil in response to light shined in the other.

  2. Of or relating to involuntary movement of a body part accompanying voluntary movement of another.

con·sen'su·al·ly adv.
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