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ssaamii100
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what does the root sens mean

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Alli1

The Latin root sent and its variant form sens mean to 'feel.' Some common English words that come from these two roots include sensation, sensible, resent, and consent. Remember that when you sense something you 'feel' it, and when you are being sentimental, your 'feelings' take precedence over anything else.

sunshine10576

i think it means to feel sensation

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