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Synonyms for sense

Synonyms for sense

the capacity for or an act of responding to a stimulus

the condition of being aware

the faculty of thinking, reasoning, and acquiring and applying knowledge

the ability to make sensible decisions

what is sound or reasonable

to be intuitively aware of

to view in a certain way

Synonyms for sense

the meaning of a word or expression

a natural appreciation or ability

perceive by a physical sensation, e.g., coming from the skin or muscles

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detect some circumstance or entity automatically

become aware of not through the senses but instinctively

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comprehend

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Specifically, altered body image, altered time sense, altered perception, and altered meaning ratings differed significantly between the high and low CP factor groups.
Hallucinations were ascribed 12 characteristics--number of sensory modalities experienced simultaneously, frequency, duration, intensity, reality, predictability, affect, behavioral concomitants, control over hallucination, time sense, spatial sense, and belief that others share the hallucinatory experience--and rated on a three-point scale.
Jackson shows a time sense of timing; there is no pause for a love scene between Mortensen and the lovely Arwen (Liv Tyler), and despite all previous high moments we are awed when fires suddenly blaze in sequence on dark mountain peaks, alerting everyone that the moment of battle has arrived.
The means and standard deviations show that our sample had higher mean scores on the Mixed and Good alternative orientations toward human nature, the Future time alternative of the time sense orientation, and the Harmony alternative of the person--nature orientation.
From this time sense, for this experience deep within, our forms are created.
Let us hope that in time sense prevails but the way that clubs are being run now it's impossible for proper strategies to put in place.
Palmer writes with care--her time sense is almost slavishly adhered to as she tries to ensure that her readers never lose sense of what is going on in the life of her main character.