Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as sentience.

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  • noun The property of having sensation; sentience.

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  • noun the faculty through which the external world is apprehended

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Examples

  • And as science and technology advanced that power became tied to the "sentiency" of the philosopher and Man of Letters.

    Canada Free Press

  • And I remember what another pessimist of sentiency has uttered: Transient are all.

    Chapter 36

  • It is good that man should accept at face value the cheats of sense and snares of flesh and through the fogs of sentiency pursue the lures and lies of passion.

    Chapter 35

  • Let me explain: I was not aware that there was an afterlife or sentiency beyond the grave up until this point in my life.

    When He Told Me He Would Love Me Beyond Death, it was at This Point that I Started to Be Good

  • "Oysters are probably where we should draw the line, since there is - to my knowledge - no evidence of sentiency," says Linzey.

    Live and let dine

  • So, if we just call such-and-such number, she and her cohorts will be there to help us achieve that goal, which they altruistically offer us from the depths of their sentiency.

    Monopolyland: the Fragile Virtual World of Big Business

  • I†™ ll take a human witness (or ‘suspect†™ for that matter) anytime. “OK, bud, what†™ s your name, serial number, and date of sentiency? ” “I am called Daishin.

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  • Into the dark and fetid marsh that is an evil heart, where low forms of sentiency are hardly distinguishable from the all – pervading mud, Stevenson never peered, unless it were in the study of Huish in THE EBB TIDE.

    Robert Louis Stevenson

  • She was a quivering atom of sentiency driven through a black, roaring, icy void by a thundering wind that threatened to extinguish her feeble flicker of animate life like a candle blown out in a storm.

    The Bloody Crown of Conan

  • She was a quivering atom of sentiency driven through a black, roaring, icy void by a thundering wind that threatened to extinguish her feeble flicker of animate life like a candle blown out in a storm.

    The Bloody Crown Of Conan

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