sensationless

[ sen-sey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF sensationless
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Imagine them separate and sensationless; observe them running together and forming all imaginable combinations.

Imagine them separate and sensationless, observe them running together and forming all imaginable combinations.

A swelling, slow and sensationless at first, under his right arm-pit, had become a mild and unceasing pain.

He touched his finger to his sensationless forehead, then smelled it and recognized the burnt flesh he had not felt burning.

"A sensationless body," Mrs. Eddy says, is the ultimate hope of Christian Science.

Matter is inert, inanimate,        9and sensationless, -- considered apart from Mind.

Matter is inert, inanimate, and sensationless,—considered apart from Mind.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, "a reaction to external stimulation of the sense organs," from French sensation (14c.) and directly from Medieval Latin sensationem (nominative sensatio), from Late Latin sensatus "endowed with sense, sensible," from Latin sensus "feeling" (see sense (n.)). Meaning "state of shock, surprise, in a community" first recorded 1779.

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