Related to presentient: destructible


 (prē-sĕn′shənt, -shē-ənt)
Having a presentiment.

[Latin praesentiēns, praesentient-, present participle of praesentīre, to feel beforehand; see presentiment.]
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(prɪˈsɛnʃənt; -ˈzɛn-; priː-)
characterized by or experiencing a presentiment
[C19: from Latin praesentiens present participle of praesentire, from prae- pre- + sentire to feel]
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(priˈsɛn ʃənt)

having a presentiment.
[1805–15; < Latin praesentient- (s. of praesentiēns), present participle of praesentīre]
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21 will be part of a triple bill by Rambert at Mold and will include Christopher Rambert's Grinning In Your Face and PreSentient by Wayne McGregor.
The Birmingham programme also includes Wayne McGregor's PreSentient, which one reviewer described as 'so profligately creative that, in places, you could swear that it doesn't just invent new movement, but reinvents the human body'.
But it was choreographer Wayne McGregor's opening piece PreSentient which really put the dancers through their paces,often more athletics than dance.