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sens/sent - to feel/perceive

Word list: sens/sent words

assent He nodded his assent.
consensus Although the meeting went on for an hour, the group was unable to come to a consensus on what to do.
consent To give consent means you give permission.
dissension There was bitter dissension within the group.
insensitive She's completely insensitive to my feelings.
resent Even though it was my fault, I resent being made to stay in for break.
scent The scent of roses hung in the air.
sensation Falling is a terrible sensation.
sense None of this make sense to me.
sensible I need someone sensible to help me.
sensitive He was a sensitive reader.
sensory The meal was a sensory experience.
sensuous If something is sensuous it affects the senses.
sentient They are searching for sentient beings on other planets.
sentiment I forgot to bring a present, but the sentiment was there.
sentinel The sentinel kept watch.
sentry I stoop sentry by the door.

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