adjective sen·sate \ˈsen-ˌsāt\

Definition of sensate

  1. 1 :  relating to or apprehending or apprehended through the senses

  2. 2 :  preoccupied with things that can be experienced through a sense modality



Origin and Etymology of sensate

Middle English sensat, from Medieval Latin sensatus, from Late Latin, endowed with sense, from Latin sensus sense

First Known Use: 15th century

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