Sense synonyms

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A person's individual ability to think and reason:
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This sense in combination with the senses of smell and touch, which together receive a sensation of a substance in the mouth.
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A piece of testimony that is not usually admissible when given by a layperson, as in contrast to an opinion given by an expert witness.
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Sensation or perception of motion.
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A thing that depends on and varies with something else
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A generalized feeling or reaction, often vague and without reference to immediate stimulus
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(Countable) An informal contract, mutual agreement.
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A fact or cause that explains why something exists or has occurred:
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The ability to focus the thoughts.
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One who is vivacious or lively; one who evinces great activity or peculiar characteristics of mind or temper.
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(Religion, folklore) The spirit or essence of a person usually thought to consist of one's thoughts and personality. Often believed to live on after the person's death.
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(Plural only, informal) Intelligence; aptitude; mental capability.
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The natural ability to perceive and understand; intelligence.
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The image-making power of the mind; the act of creating or reproducing ideally an object not previously perceived; the ability to create such images.
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The definition of common sense refers to having sound judgment, not necessarily based on specialized knowledge.
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The property of being clever.
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The drawing of inferences or conclusions from known or assumed facts; use of reason
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Mental ability
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Mental ability
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Understanding
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(Archaic) The ability or power to discern what is responsible or socially appropriate:
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(Marketing) Knowledge (usually derived from consumer understanding) that a company applies in order to make a product or brand perform better and be more appealing to customers
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Discernment is defined as the ability to notice the fine-point details, the ability to judge something well or the ability to understand and comprehend something.
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Tact and understanding
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(Of an edge) bluntness.
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Behavior like that of an idiot; great foolishness or stupidity
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Mental ability
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Nerve damage - caused by diseases such as carcinoma, rheumatoid arthritis, SLN, HIV, multiple sclerosis, lyme disease, lymphoma, multiple myeloma
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Sight is the ability to see, the act of seeing or something seen.
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A sensation, pleasant or unpleasant, detected by inhaling air (or, the case of water-breathing animals, water) carrying airborne molecules of a substance.
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A facility; a knack:
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A way of thinking (associated with a group, nation or region).
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An awareness or impression:
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A debt or other obligation resulting from a court order
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The faculty by which ideas are conceived or by which perceptions are grasped; understanding.
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The definition of a connotation is an idea suggested by another idea.
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The definition of consciousness is the state of being awake, alert to what is going on around you, or aware of feelings.
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A strong belief
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(Media-studies) A first level of analysis: what the audience can visually see on a page. Denotation often refers to something literal, and avoids being a metaphor.
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The true and correct meaning or intention, as of law
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The significance of a thing.
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The definition of a notion is an idea, belief or vague knowledge of something.
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A specific idea, concept, impression, etc. so formed
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Intention; purpose:
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The quality of being discerning, sound in judgment, and farsighted; wisdom.
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(Chiefly in the plural) An acute awareness or feeling
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Sentimentality; maudlin emotion
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The action or process of signifying:
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Something to look at, such as scenery.
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Wisdom is the ability to know what is true or right, common sense or the collection of one's knowledge.
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To view in a certain way
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The definition of anticipate is to think and/or talk ahead about what may happen, and either take action beforehand to handle the situation or be ready to respond when the time occurs.
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(Archaic) To anticipate with worry or dread.
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To view in a certain way
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To view in a certain way
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To have as part of something larger; encompass or include.
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To view in a certain way
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To view in a certain way
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To view in a certain way
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Grasp is defined as to have a firm hold on something.
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To view in a certain way
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To view in a certain way
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To send as a message:
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To see, to be aware of, to understand.
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Point is defined as to gesture in the direction of someone or something.
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To view in a certain way
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(Business) To acquire as an actual possession; to obtain as the result of plans and efforts; to gain; to get
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To view in a certain way
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(Archaic) To become
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The state of being unaware
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The property of being insensible.
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Lack of concern, interest, or feeling; apathy
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become aware of
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To afford a view over:
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become aware of
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The ability to be aware of (and, usually, react with regard to) the feelings of others.
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The capacity to respond to changes in the environment.
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Perception or knowledge; esp., the range of knowledge possible through observation
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The definition of a brain is the mass of nerve tissue located in the head of animals with spinal cords; it is the center of thought and controls movement.
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Intelligent people considered as a group.
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Mentality is defined as the ability to think, or to a mental attitude.
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Boldness of enterprise; initiative or aggressiveness, guts; spunk; initiative.
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Common sense; gumption.
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A healthy mental state.
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The property of being lucid; lucidity.
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The property of being sane.
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Sanity is the state of having a sound mind and good reasoning.
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(Uncountable) The state or quality of being sound.
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A healthy mental state.
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Way of reasoning, whether correct or incorrect
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A statement, exposition, or explanation of reasons or principles
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The quality or condition of being rational; reasonableness or the possession or use of reason
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(Archaic) The quality or state of being rational.
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1769, Oxford Standard text, King James Bible: 1 Timothy, i, 15,
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(Uncountable) The practice of importing.
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(Law) The state of mind necessary for an act to constitute a crime.
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A meaning that is expressed or implied:
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Value is the worth in goods, services or money of an object or person.
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To think, believe, or have an impression concerning.
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The definition of intuit is to understand something without instruction, or to guess using common sense.
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To accept as true, particularly without absolute certainty (i.e., as opposed to knowing)
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To keep from departing or getting away:
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To seem
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To understand as having a certain meaning
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To take in; to watch or listen to (an entertainment). [from 20th c.]
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(Archaic) To go around; make a circuit of
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To put in words; couch; express
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(Figuratively) To get to the bottom of; to manage to comprehend (a problem etc.).
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To come or go after; proceed behind:
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To getter.
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(Intransitive) To represent; to make (something) appear to be true. [from 17th c.]
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(Transgenderism) To recognise (someone) as being transgender.
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To take note of; recognize:
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(Intransitive) To habituate to or gain competency at a task.
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To shorten (a garment) or make it smaller.
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To gather or assume from what is heard, known, etc.; infer
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To understand; comprehend.
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(Slang) To understand fully:
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(Colloquial, regional) To realise something; to catch on.
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To recognize.
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(Countable) A skill or competence in doing; mental power; talent; aptitude. [First attested in the early 17 th century.]
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Plural form of thought
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The condition of having a sound and rational mind; being mentally healthy and having the ability to distinguish right from wrong. In all jurisdictions, being sane is presumed, and it is up to the defense to prove the contrary to be true. Synonymous with sanity. See also insanity and insanity defense.
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Common sense.
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Alternative form of mother wit.
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A sentient state or quality; capacity for feeling or perceiving; consciousness
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The property of having sensation; sentience.
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the faculty through which the external world is apprehended
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The concept that a signifier denotes.
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become aware of not through the senses but instinctively
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(Countable) A reasonable action or behaviour.
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Reasonable and agreeable conduct
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The property of being fair.
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To know to be something that has been perceived before:
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