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sen say shuhn

  • 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

  • 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.
  • Rather, both sensations were rooted in the spinal cord.
News & Articles


  • 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...
  • Matjaž 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."

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