American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to sensations or sensory impressions.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the sensorium: as, sensorial power or effect; also, of or pertaining to sensation; sensory: opposed to motorial: as, a sensorial nerve.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to the sensorium.
- adj. involving or derived from the senses
“In the first situation it is called the sensorial power of irritation, in the second the sensorial power of sensation, in the third the sensorial power of volition, and in the fourth the sensorial power of association.”
“This is what I have referred to as sensorial convergence.”
“Where are the activity centers with sensorial objects?”
“Information technologies have become instruments of mind expansion and sensorial scaffoldings that increase and augment our capacity to process greater amounts of information, allowing us to extract richer gradients of meaningful data about the world and our experience.”
“The emotional and sensorial kick to the gut the film gave to my 9-year-old self continues through to this day.”
“Designed by the same designer Wave is a sensorial coffee table, inspired by the fine lightness of textile works and made for modern house living areas.”
“I have been crusading vehemently but vainly in the professional and national press to prod artisans to bake to finish, without which the bread cannot attain its sensorial apogee.”
“My unequivocal preference for artisanal bread rests on sensorial grounds: It is much more enchanting to my touch and my palate.”
“At Frito-Lay, executive chef Stephen Kalil says "sensorial dynamic contrasts" are an important element in ingredient pairings: the warmth of hot fudge and the cold of ice cream, the spice of Doritos and the cool of ranch dip.”
“Owning a stunning piece of jewelry is a sensorial experience, but when it's also a piece of history, that feeling is magnified.”
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