from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a sentient or perceptive manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb In a sentient or perceptive way.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In a sentient or perceptive way.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

sentient +‎ -ly


  • My guess is that it's done in the pursuit to live sentiently, but this is said from an obviously biased vantage point.

    oatcake Diary Entry

  • Sure, he knew that when it came to actual coverage, to intelligent, insightful rendering of the facts and details, his paper pissed all over the broadcasters - and from an increasing height since the Beeb and (particularly) ITN started interpreting the news for the sentiently challenged, assuming the comprehensive faculties of a four-year-old viewer.

    Country of the Blind

  • A Lens materialized about her wrist; not attached to it by a metallic bracelet, but a bracelet in itself, clinging sentiently to the smooth, bronzed skin.

    Children of the Lens

  • It seemed to be sentiently alive with the magnetism of the man who had lately occupied it.

    Rose O'Paradise

  • A large, irregular hole, over which the flesh had grown, pulsed as sentiently and imperatively as a naked, living heart.

    Mr. Opp

  • The world was abloom, and the girl, too, was in her early June, and sentiently alive with the strength of its full pulse-tide.

    The Call of the Cumberlands

  • Creator, Who has built and continues to build bodily houses for all sentient or sentiently-spiritual creatures?

    My Life in Christ, or Moments of Spiritual Serenity and Contemplation, of Reverent Feeling, of Earnest Self-Amendment, and of Peace in God

  • It was as if the hedge sentiently took hold of her.

    The Second Latchkey

  • "A 'fraud on the court' occurs where it can be demonstrated, clearly and convincingly, that a party has sentiently set in motion some unconscionable scheme calculated to interfere with the judicial system's ability impartially to adjudicate a matter by improperly influencing the trier or unfairly hampering the presentation of the opposing party's claim or defense."

    Universal Hub

  • And yet, we need but to have been twice or thrice in the company of those who stand for what is best in mankind, most intellectually, sentiently human, to realise how uncertain and groping their search is still for the happier hours of life; to marvel at the resemblance the unconscious happiness they look for bears to the happiness craved by the man who has no spiritual existence; to note how opaque, to their eyes, is the cloud which separates all that pertains to the being who rises from all that is his who descends.

    The Buried Temple


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