a novel (1811) by Jane Austen.
noun 1. Also called sensum. Psychology. the basic unit of an experience resulting from the stimulation of a sense organ; a stimulus or an object of perception or sensation. 2. Epistemology. datum (def 3). noun 1. (philosophy) a sensation detached both from any information it may convey and from its putative source in the external […]
adjective 1. full of reasonable sense; sound; judicious.
noun 1. a karate or judo instructor.
adjective 1. destitute or deprived of sensation; unconscious. 2. lacking mental perception, appreciation, or comprehension. 3. stupid or foolish, as persons or actions. 4. nonsensical or meaningless, as words: This letter is either cryptic or senseless. adjective 1. lacking in sense; foolish: a senseless plan 2. lacking in feeling; unconscious 3. lacking in perception; stupid