from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to sensation; sensible; sensational.
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"It has no effect upon the motor nerves, but is believed to have a visible effect upon the sensatory nerves."
Beauty by one definition is the sensatory excitement stirred in people by the rhythm of line, the vibration of color, the play of motion and the surprise of idea.
As a matter of fact I had been listening for perhaps a hundred seconds; listening, not as if with the ears, but with the deeper sensatory nerves.
The stimulus travels along the sensatory nerve-fibre (S.F.) 3.
Brubakers have seen firsthand how purchasing leather can be a sensatory experience.
Yet much of Chinese medicine was based on the use of herbal medicine and the prevalence of opium in the nineteenth century indicates that chemical intervention in sensatory bodily processes was by no means alien to them.