sense[ sens ]SEE DEFINITION OF sense
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SENSE
"Well, I'm glad you got some sense," answered the old man, grudgingly.
He distrusted his eyes, his ears, and every sense that he possessed.
We sense the call of the human heart for fellowship, fraternity, and cooperation.
He had to sense the coming of danger before it showed its face.
The intention is, I tell you plainly, to mortify you into a sense of your duty.
If she had said, "Pretty Annie," there would have been some sense in it.
A President may sense and proclaim that new spirit, but only a people can provide it.
She had a woman's sense of humour, which is not always urbane.
She couldn't get over her sense of his parenthood, his authority.
Like a sentinel on that solitary plain it overwhelms me with a sense of mystery.