from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The sense or perception of time and time-relations.


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  • About midnight or so (my time-sense goes bad around here) I resolved to walk there.

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  • Long-term memory before the infection remained intact, but time-sense blurred once the virus took root.

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  • And he went on explaining why it was that my time-sense was no good and I needed to relax before I got as stiff and hard as a tree.


  • Like many other aspects of my memory during those post-accident months, my time-sense was pretty much hors de fucky.


  • I would need large quantities of depressants to slow my time-sense down to where this would be tolerable.

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  • 'Your time-sense is shot to pot,' responded the other ungratefully.

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  • The excitement of the moment overcame our time-sense.

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  • This impatient shrug of Montaigne reflects the quickened time-sense of the age that now found essays and short novellas more congenial fare than long accretions.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • How much would that bel Two minutes as his miniaturised time-sense would make it out to be?

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  • Michaels had said the time-sense slowed with miniaturization and he was obviously right.

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