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spe·cial sense

one of the five senses related respectively to the organs of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch.

special sense

n.
Any of the five senses; sight, hearing, smell, taste, or touch.

special sense

the sense of sight, smell, taste, touch, or hearing.

spe·cial sense

(spesh'ăl sens)
One of the five senses related respectively to the organs of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch.

spe·cial sense

(spesh'ăl sens)
One of the five senses related respectively to the organs of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch.
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The list includes 129 properties in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean, that the magazine's editors say offer a special sense of place, go beyond traditional hotel-keeping, help define their surroundings and enhance a destination's travel experience.
We put a lot of work and thought into how this website could best convey the essence of The Monarch Dubai and what we've come out with stays true to the hotel; conveying that special sense which is The Monarch Dubai.
The highly productive chemical industry requires achievers who complete projects and are driven by that special sense of accomplishment that comes from a job well done.
If you can walk to the park or to get an ice cream cone with your kids, that creates a very special sense of community,'' said Marlee Lauffer, a vice president of The Newhall Land and Farming Company, which built Valencia and is planning a sequel to the west called Newhall Ranch.
Affectionately referred to as "gaydar" by gays and straights alike, that special sense that tells you if someone is gay or not is actually a real and necessary trait, according to a study conducted by gay 24-year-old Harvard graduate William Lee Adams.
COACH: Did the making of Hardwood Dreams give you any special sense of satisfaction?
You have to have a special sense to identify the right quality player and to create new talent for the team.
That conviction on his part gave his papacy its special sense of purpose: He was saved for a reason.
They were, as a generation, much different from those who came later--more determined, more stoic, and with a special sense of duty and obligation to their communities, their families, and above all, to their countries.
Ambition in the clerical world tends to create a special sense of scandal since priests are supposed to be, in a famous phrase of the former Jesuit General Father Pedro Arrupe, "men for others.
We will miss his special sense of humor and quirky habits.

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