- having the power of physical sensation
- perceived by the senses
Origin of sensateLate Latin sensatus, intelligent ; from Classical Latin sensus, sense
- Perceived by a sense or the senses.
- Having physical sensation.
Origin of sensateMiddle English sensat, from Late Latin s&emacron;nsatus, gifted with sense, from Latin s&emacron;nsus, sense; see sense.
(comparative more sensate, superlative most sensate)
(third-person singular simple present sensates, present participle sensating, simple past and past participle sensated)
From Middle English sensat from Late Latin sensatus "able to sense" from Latin sensus, "sense".