feeling of movement

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Noun1.feeling of movement - the perception of body position and movement and muscular tensions etc
somatosense - any of the sensory systems that mediate sensations of pressure and tickle and warmth and cold and vibration and limb position and limb movement and pain
somatic sense, somatic sensory system, somatosensory system, somaesthesis, somataesthesis, somesthesis, somaesthesia, somatesthesia, somesthesia - the faculty of bodily perception; sensory systems associated with the body; includes skin senses and proprioception and the internal organs
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Hopefully it won't take that long and I'll find some balance between enjoying time on the sofa and enjoying the feeling of movement and joy it inspires in me.
It is impressive how he compares the feeling of movement in spring to a puppy's wagging tail," a city official said.
The sleigh seemed to be travelling through the magic land, but in reality the sleigh didn't move -the walls were on rollers and moved past and the sleigh rocked to give the feeling of movement!
The feeling of movement underlies every design detail of Skin, but what does it mean to move?
On my first visit to the Gardens and the Park, I was captured by the vitality and feeling of movement of a large bronze statue depicting a naked man on a horseback shielding his eyes from the sun as he looks ahead of him.
Katrina Blannin's Double Hexad- Black Pink comprises several geometric shapes which give a feeling of movement and perspective.
The pictures are lots of fun too--there are plenty of shapes, different textures and even a feeling of movement. KG
He said: "To create the feeling of movement and volume at the back of the head and height at the crown, blow-dry the hair with Moroccanoil Treatment, pounds 29.85, to smooth texture and ensure shine and flexibility.
"This gives a feeling of movement right along the building.
The exterior also features a dramatic diving gesture on the body side to impart the feeling of movement, even at rest.
"I went 1,000ft in the air, but I had no feeling of movement because it was so smooth - it's similar to the feeling in a plane but you're in the open air," said Sylvia, who has three children, eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
In this chapter Nussbaum also provides a very interesting and compelling evolutionary story hypothesizing why auditory experience sometimes results in a feeling of movement: because the human cochlea may have evolved out of the more primitive organ of balance in amphibians.