- n an unelaborated elementary awareness of stimulation
a sensation of touch
- n someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
- n a general feeling of excitement and heightened interest
anticipation produced in me a sensation somewhere between hope and fear
- n a state of widespread public excitement and interest
the news caused a sensation
- n the faculty through which the external world is apprehended
- Rather, both sensations were rooted in the spinal cord.
- The defiant monks of Burma became an online sensation.
- A startling and fascinating piece in the New Yorker last year explains what little we know about this common sensation and how it's perceived by both body and mind.
- Martin Palermo in ABC News
This is an incredible sensation,Palermo said. "I have no words to describe the feeling I had on the pitch."
- Lance Armstrong in USA Today
All in all, I wanted to be top 10, top 15, so I have to be pretty happy,said Armstrong, whose stated goal in his first Tour of California is to assist Leipheimer to victory. "It's a new sensation, because I haven't trained for efforts like...
- MatjaÅ¾ Kek in The Canadian Press
We have the opportunity to make our dreams come true already after the second game,Kek said Wednesday in comments translated from Slovene. "That would be a sensation, but I'm sure we are capable of it."