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1. Stimulating any of the organs of sensation.
2. Susceptible to a sensory stimulus.
[organo- + G. lēptikos, disposed to accept]
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(ôr′gə-nō-lĕp′tĭk, ôr-găn′ə-)
1. Relating to perception by a sensory organ.
2. Involving the use of sense organs: organoleptic tests.

or′gan·o·lep′ti·cal·ly adv.
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1. Pert. to or affecting a sense organ or its functions, e.g., the ear (hearing), the eye (vision), the nose (smell), the skin (touch), or the tongue (taste).
2. Susceptible to sensory impressions.
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