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acoustic having to do with sound or the science of sound, or with the sensation and organs of hearing. [1/3 definitions]
aftertaste a lingering sensation, usu. of taste, sometimes continuing after its cause is gone. [1/2 definitions]
anesthesia complete or partial inability to perceive bodily sensation such as pain. [1/2 definitions]
anesthetist a person, usu. a doctor or nurse, trained to administer gas or drugs that cause lack of sensation or loss of consciousness.
angina a condition or disease marked by inflammation of the throat, spasmodic pain, and a sensation of suffocation. [1/2 definitions]
atingle feeling a prickling or tingling sensation, often from excitement.
benumb to render numb or without physical sensation, esp. by cold. [1/2 definitions]
bombshell a person or thing that creates a sensation or surprise. [1/2 definitions]
burning an instance, process, or sensation of being in flames or subjected to intense heat. [1/4 definitions]
chill the sensation of relative coldness, often accompanied by shivering and caused by lowered temperature or illness. [3/14 definitions]
chilly producing an uncomfortably cool sensation. [2/4 definitions]
creep to have a sensation of tingling or a feeling of uneasiness. [2/12 definitions]
déjà vu the almost physical sensation, when one is in a place or having an experience, that one has been in that place or had that experience before.
dizzy having a sensation of spinning and loss of balance; giddy. [1/7 definitions]
feel to be physically aware of; experience a physical sensation of. [2/15 definitions]
feeling a physical sensation produced by touch. [3/9 definitions]
frisson an intense sensation of excitement or fear that comes on suddenly; thrill.
funny bone the place on the back of the elbow where a sharp blow causes a strange tingling sensation.
glow the sensation or appearance of warmth and color on the body and face, as after hard work or exercise. [1/6 definitions]
have to experience or feel the sensation of. [1/15 definitions]
heartburn a burning sensation in the lower chest, sometimes accompanied by a small regurgitation of stomach acid.