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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sense.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Considered or chosen as to sense or meaning conveyed or to be conveyed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. detected by instinct or inference rather than by recognized perceptual cues
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What I sensed is that this was a man who is carrying the full weight of command.
No, not the boys from town, Talin sensed; this was a different sort of sound.
I sensed from the get go that Sen. Obama does not walk on water.
I had sensed from the beginning that something had happened there, something I wanted to know about.
Nur al-Din sensed that there was something and awoke; then, seeing the very man of whom Miriam had warned him sitting by his side, cried out at him with a great cry which startled him.
It was as if the two had sensed from the beginning what was to come.
Pettit and (Bob) Cousy and Elgin (Baylor) and Bill Russell, and I just thought, wow, those teams are trying to win, and I sensed from the beginning of the weekend that this was going to be kind of a fun game because I felt our players wanted to prove something, East coach Larry Brown said.
The man silently eyed him, and Nicolo again sensed his hostility toward this subject over which Europe was seething.
The Sword sensed his desperation, hurled itself against the Toal's blade, wove lightning nets of death, drove the enemy back in sparks and pain.
He kind of sensed that this was the exterminating angel that had arrived.