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  • n. Plural form of sensory.

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Examples

  • Now, knowing nothing and caring less of where she and her vessel might be or might go, physically completely relaxed, she drove her "sensories" out to the full limit of their prodigious range and held them there for hour after hour.

    Children of the Lens

  • The data kept flowing, though, an impossible mélange of something like raw sensories, but compressed, simplified.

    Jason Stoddard, Strange and Happy » Blog Archive » Eternal Franchise, 10.1 of 31.1

  • I mean, when they pump in the smell, the vibration, the sights, the sounds, I mean that really gives you all of the sensories to react and to have like a no kidding experience, a real life experience.

    CNN Transcript Nov 14, 2006

  • And their sensories -- as these guys know probably more than me -- their senses of smell.

    CNN Transcript Aug 13, 2001

  • Gingerly Geck stooped, and after a few false starts finally put one of his fingers into the little pile of nitrate, and activated the feeding sensories.

    Man of Many Minds

  • In the smell and taste, we find all things agreeable to them, and which are commonly called sweet, to be of a smooth nature, and that they all evidently tend to relax their respective sensories.

    Sweetness, Its Nature

  • In other words, shrews are the "motors," rather than the "sensories," [206] and their expressions are as a rule more energetic than the feelings which appear to prompt them.

    The Varieties of Religious Experience

  • "In very sooth, most fair, most mellific damsel, your unworthy servitor was erring enchanted in the paradise of your divine idea when that the horrific alarum did wend its fear-begetting course through the labyrinthine corridors of his auricular sensories."

    The Panchronicon

  • Then gradually, but very slowly, with the long months and years, came to me the consciousness of a new being, new pulsations, sensories, throbbings, rooted in but differing widely from the old; and little

    Paul Kelver, a Novel

  • In other words, shrews are the "motors," rather than the "sensories," [207] and their expressions are as a rule more energetic than the feelings which appear to prompt them.

    Varieties of Religious Experience, a Study in Human Nature

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