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sentient

 [sen´she-ent]
able to feel; sensitive.

sen·tient

(sen'shĕnt, sen'shē-ent),
Capable of, or characterized by, sensation.
[L. sentiens, pres. p. of sentio, to feel, perceive]

sentient

/sen·ti·ent/ (sen´she-ent) able to feel; sensitive.

sentient

(sĕn′shənt, -shē-ənt, -tē-ənt)
adj.
Experiencing sensation or feeling.

sen′tient·ly adv.

sentient

[sen′shənt]
Etymology: L, sentire, to feel
possessing sensitivity or powers of sensation and perception.

sen·tient

(sen'chē-ĕnt)
Capable of, or characterized by, sensation.
[L. sentiens, pres. p. of sentio, to feel, perceive]

sentient

able to feel; sensitive.
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