sen·sate (sĕnsāt′) also sen·sat·ed (-sā′tĭd)
1. Perceived by a sense or the senses.
2. Having physical sensation.
[Middle English sensat, from Late Latin sēnsātus, gifted with sense, from Latin sēnsus, sense; see SENSE.]
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