Definition Of sense

verb

a faculty by which the body perceives an external stimulus; one of the faculties of sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch.

the bear has a keen sense of smell that enables it to hunt at dusk

a feeling that something is the case.

she had the sense of being a political outsider

a property, e.g., direction of motion, distinguishing a pair of objects, quantities, effects, etc., that differ only in that each is the reverse of the other.

a sane and realistic attitude to situations and problems.

he earned respect by the good sense he showed at meetings

a way in which an expression or a situation can be interpreted; a meaning.

it is not clear which sense of the word “characters” is intended in this passage


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Example Of sense

  • A powerful, quiet presence brings a reassuring sense of order and peace to a coming relationship.

  • Alas, all of what you're saying makes rational sense , but I think it may be totally beside the point.

  • Although these men tried to hide from his sight, he was able to sense their presence.

  • Appealing to one's rational sense in their moment of deep anguish and distress is indeed a difficult task.

  • But mention the impending transfer deadline and the banalities are overwhelmed by his sense of urgency.


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