Did you perhaps mean anesthesia?
- Back-formation from anesthesia. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Do you think people actually 'want' to have an invasive, often under aesthesia surgery unless the doctor and the patient deem it necessary and in the best interest of the woman - it's rare for a reason.”
“There are zones of marked hyper-aesthesia on his limbs.”
The Land of Mist
“If his love-affairs stopped short of the gratification of the senses, they involved a perpetual fondling and caressing of those effeminate sensibilities of his into that condition of hyper-aesthesia which, though Sterne regarded it as the strength, was in reality the weakness, of his art.”
“n. - sense perception, aesthesia. aestival adj. - of summer. aestivation, n.”
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