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Noun
A faculty by which the body perceives an external stimulus
“His research confirms the long-held belief that fear in animals is connected to their keen sense of smell.”
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A sane and realistic attitude to situations and problems
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“You are a voice of sense and reason in a sea of inanity.”
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A specific meaning
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“Events could not, in the strongest sense of that expression, have gone any differently than they, in fact, have gone.”
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A reasonable or comprehensible rationale
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“I cannot see the sense of going on a diet based purely on bananas.”
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A feeling that something is the case
“There was a sense of optimism among the citizenry following the president's speech.”
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A keen intuitive awareness of or sensitivity to the presence or importance of something
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“As a drummer, he was expected to have a keen sense of time and tempo.”
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A given aspect, feature, or detail
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An implicit meaning, as opposed to a hidden meaning
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An exact statement or description of the meaning of a word or phrase
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The prevailing trend or mood of public opinion or of another aspect of life
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A feeling that something, often of an undesirable nature, is about to happen
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Concepts or notions
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Mental enlightenment of a problem or mystery
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The quality of being advisable or prudent
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A sensation brought about by physical contact
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A theory or attitude that acts as a guiding principle for behavior
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Morality, generally or collectively
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Respect and honor
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A suspicion or inkling of something
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Worthy of one's trust or confidence
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A brief summary of something presented
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(figuratively) The fundamental structure of any process or system
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An erroneous belief, idea, or conception
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A good or beneficial quality or attribute of a person or thing
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The mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual or group
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To perceive information through one's senses
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“Despite her deadpan expression, I could sense that she was overjoyed.”
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To expect or foresee the future occurrence of something
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To sample the flavor of something orally
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To engage in self-discovery
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