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(Chiefly in the plural) An acute awareness or feeling
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  1. (Chiefly in the plural) An acute awareness or feeling
  2. The capacity for physical sensation; power of responding to stimuli; ability to feel
  3. The capacity to respond perceptively to intellectual, moral, or aesthetic values; delicate, sensitive awareness or responsiveness
Condition of favoring or liking; tendency towards; proclivity; predisposition.
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  1. Condition of favoring or liking; tendency towards; proclivity; predisposition.
  2. A special liking for something; a preference.
  3. A preconceived liking; partiality or preference (for)
An urban encumbrance prohibiting the building of anything that would obstruct a person’s view from his or her window.
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  1. An urban encumbrance prohibiting the building of anything that would obstruct a person’s view from his or her window.
  2. A way of showing or seeing something, as from a particular position or angle:
  3. Field of vision:
The orientation of a spacecraft relative to its direction of motion.
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  1. The orientation of a spacecraft relative to its direction of motion.
  2. A position of the body or manner of carrying oneself:
  3. (Aeron.) The position of an aircraft or spacecraft in relation to a given line or plane, as the horizon
A manner of thinking, feeling, or behaving that reflects a state of mind or disposition:
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  1. A manner of thinking, feeling, or behaving that reflects a state of mind or disposition:
  2. A position of the body or manner of carrying oneself:
  3. A manner of acting, feeling, or thinking that shows one's disposition, opinion, etc.
The sense of touch:
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  1. The sense of touch:
  2. A kindly, generous attitude; sympathy, pity, etc.
  3. Appreciative regard or understanding:
Anything believed or accepted as true; esp., a creed, doctrine, or tenet
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  1. Anything believed or accepted as true; esp., a creed, doctrine, or tenet
  2. The mental act, condition, or habit of placing trust or confidence in another:
  3. Something believed or accepted as true, especially a particular tenet or a body of tenets accepted by a group of persons.
(Law) The judgment of a jury or judge that a person is guilty of a crime as charged.
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  1. (Law) The judgment of a jury or judge that a person is guilty of a crime as charged.
  2. The state or appearance of being convinced:
  3. The act or process by which a judge or jury finds someone guilty of an offense. See also judgment.
The emotions thought to be conveyed or intended by a work of art:
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  1. The emotions thought to be conveyed or intended by a work of art:
  2. The sense of touch:
  3. Appreciative regard or understanding:
(Philos.) According to Plato, any of the unchanging, eternal, intelligible models or archetypes of which all material things are only imperfect imitations and from which their existence derives: in modern philosophy, used variously to mean the immediate object of thought, absolute truth, etc.
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  1. (Philos.) According to Plato, any of the unchanging, eternal, intelligible models or archetypes of which all material things are only imperfect imitations and from which their existence derives: in modern philosophy, used variously to mean the immediate object of thought, absolute truth, etc.
  2. A plan, purpose, or goal:
  3. A sense that something can happen; a notion or expectation:
The part or faculty of a person by which one feels, perceives, thinks, remembers, desires, and imagines:
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  1. The part or faculty of a person by which one feels, perceives, thinks, remembers, desires, and imagines:
  2. Focus of thought; attention:
  3. The thought processes characteristic of a person or group; psychological makeup:
A mental image; an idea or conception:
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  1. A mental image; an idea or conception:
  2. A belief; opinion; view
  3. A mental image; general idea
The court’s statement of its decision, usually written by a single judge, citing the facts, points of law, rationale, and decision or verdict. See also decision, judgment and verdict. The court’s statement of its decision, usually written by a single judge, citing the facts, points of law, rationale, and decision or verdict. See also decision, judgment and verdict.
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  1. The court’s statement of its decision, usually written by a single judge, citing the facts, points of law, rationale, and decision or verdict. See also decision, judgment and verdict. The court’s statement of its decision, usually written by a single judge, citing the facts, points of law, rationale, and decision or verdict. See also decision, judgment and verdict.
  2. An evaluation, impression, or estimation of the quality or worth of a person or thing
  3. A belief not based on absolute certainty or positive knowledge but on what seems true, valid, or probable to one's own mind; judgment
A strong belief; conviction
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  1. A strong belief; conviction
  2. A party, faction, or group holding to a particular set of ideas or beliefs.
  3. (Informal) Kind, sort, sex, etc.
The manner in which a person or thing is placed or posed, or the manner in which parts are arranged [a dog in a sitting position]; specif., any of various customary postures assumed by an individual [the lotus position] or a couple [the missionary position]
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  1. The manner in which a person or thing is placed or posed, or the manner in which parts are arranged [a dog in a sitting position]; specif., any of various customary postures assumed by an individual [the lotus position] or a couple [the missionary position]
  2. The way in which something is placed:
  3. A point of view or attitude on a certain question:
A way of showing or seeing something, as from a particular position or angle:
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  1. A way of showing or seeing something, as from a particular position or angle:
  2. An examination using the eyes; a look:
  3. An individual and personal perception, judgment, or interpretation; an opinion:
A tender feeling toward another; fondness.
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  1. A tender feeling toward another; fondness.
  2. A disposition to feel, do, or say; a propensity.
  3. Fond or tender feeling; warm liking
Ability to experience affects: feelings, emotions, judgement, motivations, etc.
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  1. Ability to experience affects: feelings, emotions, judgement, motivations, etc.
A mental state that arises spontaneously rather than through conscious effort and is often accompanied by physiological changes; a feeling:
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  1. A mental state that arises spontaneously rather than through conscious effort and is often accompanied by physiological changes; a feeling:
  2. Any specific feeling; any of various complex reactions with both mental and physical manifestations, as love, hate, fear, anger, etc.
  3. Strong feeling; excitement
The emotions thought to be conveyed or intended by a work of art:
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  1. The emotions thought to be conveyed or intended by a work of art:
  2. The sense of touch:
  3. Appreciative regard or understanding:
Appreciative regard or understanding:
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  1. Appreciative regard or understanding:
  2. A sensation experienced through this sense:
  3. The sense of touch:
A perception associated with stimulation of a sense organ or with a specific body condition:
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  1. A perception associated with stimulation of a sense organ or with a specific body condition:
  2. The power or process of receiving conscious sense impressions through direct stimulation of the bodily organism
  3. An immediate reaction to external stimulation of a sense organ; conscious feeling or sense impression
A meaning that is conveyed, as in speech or writing; signification:
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  1. A meaning that is conveyed, as in speech or writing; signification:
  2. Judgment; consensus:
  3. A vague feeling or presentiment:
The ability to sense, feel or perceive; especially to be sensitive to the feelings of another
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  1. The ability to sense, feel or perceive; especially to be sensitive to the feelings of another
  2. (Chiefly in the plural) An acute awareness or feeling
  3. The capacity for physical sensation; power of responding to stimuli; ability to feel
  1. The ability to perceive sensation.
  2. The ability to be aware of (and, usually, react with regard to) the feelings of others.
The capacity to respond to changes in the environment.
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  1. The capacity to respond to changes in the environment.
  2. The degree of response of a receiver or instrument to an incoming signal or to a change in the incoming signal, as in FM radio.
  3. The quality or condition of being sensitive:
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