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noun as in feeling, perception

noun as in something wonderful or awe-inspiring

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Example Sentences

Myers then went on to shoot 30-40 films for New Sensations, most of which were parodies.

This practice centers around focusing on in-the-moment emotions, thoughts and sensations.

There is also his conviction that the human heart processes and integrates sensations from the external world.

Because if all of the functions and sensations are there, and its biological capacity is even better, they could well be.

It was here that we used to come for new sensations in smoking.

The intensity of his sensations seemed inexplicable, unless some reality, some truth, lay behind them.

Sensations were not so common in San Bernardino that they could afford to slight so notable an occasion as this.

He was now beyond all ordinary sensations of fear, only a drab feeling as of death—the death of the soul—stirred in his heart.

But among the conflicting sensations which assailed her, there was neither shame nor remorse.

A charming poem on perfumes classifies them, rousing ideas, sensations, and memories.


On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sensations, such as: emotion, impression, sensitivity, passion, sense, and susceptibility.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.