Words and phrases that have a meaning related to sense:   (519 results)

Often used in the same context:
feeling, sensibility, sence, empathy, concreteness, comfortableness, sort, abstractness, connectedness, sensibleness, semblance, positiveness, impression, aura, rationality, pretense, instinct, nebulousness, modicum, something, wonder, soberness, tangibility, meaningfulness, respectfulness, purposefulness, temporariness, honesty, hopefulness, humanness, wryness, calmness, passivism, kind, illusion, disconnectedness, disquietude, strangeness, familiarity, yearning, notion, desperateness, belongingness, worldliness, wishfulness, despondence, directness, idea, spontaneity, timidness, mockery, thing, intuition, unsureness, rootedness, resentfulness, good naturedness, mythologise, knowingness, immediacy, joyousness, joyfulness, centeredness, humility, coherence, rootlessness, belief, jadedness, doubleness, emotiveness, irrepressibility, emotionality, urgency, fear, imperative, agreeability, subversiveness, interiority, cynicism, youngness, exuberance, longing, orneriness, facetiousness, playfulness, angst, idealism, urbanity, dailiness, unpretentiousness, contrariness, cohesiveness, essentialness, certitude, fearfulness, lonesomeness, necessity, edginess, unusualness, embattlement, pragmatism, defensiveness, meaning, signification, acceptation, connotation, terms, understanding, knowl, meanings, motivation, senses, im, intrinsic, knowledge, significations, viz, con, distinction, doctrinal, fenfe, commonsense, commonsensical, intuitive, simplistic, dualistic, intuitional, sounder, fallacious, fregean, hobbesian, humean, solipsistic, thomistic, unscientific, axiomatic, formalistic, kantian, oversimplified, phenomenological, rawlsian

More specific:
acceptation, connotation, denotation, extension, implication, import, logic, modality, nous, reference, road sense, sense modality, sense of direction, sense of responsibility, sensibility, sensitiveness, sensitivity, sensory system, significance, strain, tenor, undercurrent, undertone, word meaning, word sense

Appears in the definition of:
., absurd, adaptation, advance, afferent, alarm, alarmed, alert, analgesia, anosmatic, anosmia, anosmic, antiphrasis, antiseptic, base, baseborn, begin, belonging, boding, brain, bridle, caesura, cashier, cease, churn up, closure, cockeyed, comfort food, commendable, commodious, composed, conceited, confuse, connatural, conscience, conscientious, construe, convenient, counterintuitive, cross-modal, cutis, dead metaphor, deaf, deaf-and-dumb, deaf-mute, decadent, delectable, delicious, demonstrate, depression, derisory, develop, die, differentiate, disciplinary, disgust, displace, distinguish, draw out, duteous, dutiful, dutifully, duty, dysaphia, dysomia, dysosmia, ear, earthy, economically, egotistic, egotistical, end, endlessly, equitable, extended, extract, fail, farther, farthest, figuratively, figure, figure of speech, fill, fill up, finish, foolish, foolishly, forbid, foreboding, for all intents and purposes, for all practical purposes, frozen metaphor, full, fully, further, furthest, gentile, give, good ol' boy, good old boy, good ole boy, good sense, goy, go on, grace, guilt-ridden, guilty, hangdog, haptic, have, have got, hear, heard, hearing disorder, hearing impairment, hold, humble, idiotic, idle, ignorant, image, impalpable, individuality, inferiority complex, infrared, innocent, insipid, instantiate, intangible, interest, internal, interpret, interpreted, involvement, in a sense, irresponsibility, irresponsibleness, judicious, jumble, just, kafkaesque, kinanesthesia, latent hostility, lateral line, lateral line organ, laughable, lexical disambiguation, literalism, literally, locate, long, loose, lose, lowly, ludicrous, luscious, make full, march on, mark, marx brothers, metalepsis, mind-expanding, mix up, modality, moral, morale, mouth-watering, move, move on, narrow, nauseate, nay, neuroepithelium, nice, nihilism, nihilistic delusion, nitwitted, non-jew, nonsensical, nose, nous, ofactory impairment, olfactory brain, oppressed, owe, parosamia, pass on, perceptible, perverted, pleasant-tasting, pleonastic, possibility, predestinate, preposterous, present, presenta, progress, proprioception, pull, pull out, pull up, rationality, rattlebrained, rattlepated, reach, reach out, read, reason, reasonableness, reasonably, redundant, refreshing, regretful, reid, revolt, rhinencephalon, ridiculous, sanely, sapience, savory, savoury, scatterbrained, scatty, scented, scentless, scrumptious, scrupulous, see, seemliness, self-conceited, senseless, sense modality, sense of humor, sense of taste, sense of the meeting, sensible, sensibleness, sensibly, sensitise, sensitize, sensory system, shame, shamed, shamefaced, sheepish, short, sicken, simple, simpleton, skin, smell, soft-witted, sorry, spiritualise, spiritualize, start, stodgy, stop, superiority, swing, swollen, swollen-headed, synaesthesia, synaesthetic, synesthesia, synesthetic, synesthetic metaphor, tactful, tactile, tactual, taken, take out, tangible, taste, tasteless, taste property, tasty, tautologic, tautological, tegument, terminate, thomas reid, thoughtful, toothsome, touch, to all intents and purposes, to the full, translate, triumph, trope, tropical, turn, uncanny, uncommon, unconscientious, understand, uneasy, unite, unreasonable, unreliable, unwisely, vain, vestibular, vestibular apparatus, vestibular system, vision defect, visual defect, visual disorder, visual impairment, wisdom, wise, wiseness, without end, witless, yummy, zany

More general:
appreciation, awareness, cognizance, comprehend, consciousness, discernment, faculty, grasp, hold, idea, import, judgement, judgment, knowingness, meaning, mental faculty, module, perceive, sagaciousness, sagacity, significance, signification, thought

common sense, connotation, feel, good sense, gumption, horse sense, intension, meaning, mother wit, sensation, sensory faculty, sentience, sentiency, substance

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— Nouns for sense: perception, view, data, knowledge, approach, experience, organs, way, impressions, notion, making, more...

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