Sensing in a sentence

The word "sensing" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of sensing and how to use it in a sentence.

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Definition of Sensing

  • becoming aware of something via the senses
  • the perception that something has occurred or some state exists

How to use sensing in a sentence. Sensing pronunciation.

This, they say, is a fixed mathematical law of perception and deduction, the operation of which admits of no doubt whatever; for inasmuch as the universe is subject to our sensing, the proof is self-evident that our knowledge of it must be gained through the avenues of the senses.
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Betty, who had a positive genius for sensing situations and smoothing over hard places, saw the look and came to the rescue at once.
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Ten feet from Luck she stopped short, sensing trouble in the hardness that was in his eyes.
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The doctor writhed internally as he penned the careful sentences, wondering if the hurt of the deliberately chosen words would prevent her sensing the truth back of them.
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Observation is here used in a broad sense and means not only SEEING but SENSING, such as sensing by smelling, touching or tasting.
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And so, when Bara came, escaping the clutches of Numa and Sheeta, his terror and his haste precluded the possibility of his sensing that other equally formidable foe lying in ambush for him.
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Is This the most Joy gathering, Awareness touching, Beauty sensing act of which he is capable?
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She picked him up, sensing the Count's approval, and carried him to the duty officer's apartment.
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Still proud of his health he preached the gospel of good whiskey well drunk, never sensing his part in the tragedy of his own fireside.
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He took long rambles in the woods, sensing the sanctity of their venerable shade, enjoying the views they spread to his gaze, and tasting the fragrance of hemlock, birch, and pine, that floated to him in mingled odors.
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Thus, the last starship to visit us here disregarded my warning and sent down a sensing device as usual-Engineers do not land on non-telepathic worlds, you know-and it was destroyed.
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Thus, about two and one-half of your years ago, a starship of that race sent down a sensing element-unmanned, of course-to check your state of development.
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The hairy ones crowded around him, sensing a change in plan.
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Frank would have probably been able to fetch up close to the cabin on the Point, but there was always a chance of his going astray, while Sandy knew no such word as fail when it came to "sensing" direction.
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Instantly the great bull was awake and bristling, sensing danger from the nocturnal summons.
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Every human being possesses the innate and inherent faculty of sensing the things of this astral plane, by means of an extension or enlargement of the powers of the ordinary senses, so to speak.
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Examples of Sensing

Example #1
The eye looks up into the heavens and beholds the sun; I see flowers upon this table; I smell their fragrance; I hear sounds outside, etc, etc.
Example #2
That is to say, the materialists announce, that the criterion and standard of human knowledge is sense perception.
Example #3
Get up, children," she commanded with mock severity; "this is a party, and we don't sit on the floor at parties.
Example #4
Quite unconsciously he looked appealingly at his mother, but saw only her back as she went quickly from the room.
Example #5
She stood there and waited in meek subjection.
Example #6
She would tell Ramon that he must not be friends with Bill Holmes; in the meantime, she would watch.