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Definitions of sensation:

part of speech: noun

Perception by the senses: feeling excited by external objects, by the state of the body, or by immaterial objects: a state of excited feeling: an unexpected or startling news item or other article in the newspapers: any surprising or shocking intelligence.

part of speech: noun

An impression made on the mind through any one of the senses; a state of interest or feeling excited or awakened in the mind by external objects, by the passions, by the internal condition of the body, or by the words of a speaker.

part of speech: noun

A state of feeling produced by the action of an outside force upon the body; a mental impression resulting from a bodily feeling; power to feel; as, anesthetics cause loss of sensation; state of excited feeling or interest, or its cause; as, a sensation was caused by the playing of the great violinist.

part of speech: adjective

SENSATIONAL.

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