The sensation of heat; a visual sensation.
The sensations of hearing, seeing, touching, etc.
A sensation of cold.
A sensation of happiness.
The patient has very little sensation left in the right leg.
A sensation of lightness.
An example of sensation is the smell of an apple pie scented candle.
An example of sensation is a bright and colorful circus performance.
Origin of sensation
- French from Old French from Medieval Latin sēnsātiō sēnsātiōn- from Late Latin sēnsātus gifted with sense sensate
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition