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special sense

n.
Any of the five senses; sight, hearing, smell, taste, or touch.
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It is their striving for victory that has elevated the sailing of pleasure craft to the dignity of a fine art in that special sense.
She used the word "diplomat," which was just then much in vogue among the children, in the special sense they attached to it.
Stevie did not even mutter to himself, but with the special sense of sisterly devotion developed in her earliest infancy, she felt that the boy was very much excited indeed.
Without question he is, in a true if special sense, a really great poet.
The quality of the emo pioneer's material, which is tender and heartfelt without ever feeling contrived, has never wavered, and his shows retain that special sense of intimacy that has earned him a dedicated following.
A monologist will be able to deliver messages once they combine powerful words, talents, and a special sense of humor all together, according to the ambitious artistic director.
And he pointed out that the conditions of the siege, this year, gave these meanings a special sense filled with national emotions.
Maybe motherhood 'releases' a special sense that enables us to do this.
It was with a special sense of pride that I welcomed the news of the release of Bookmark's Women of Science series, a 10-book collection for children written by Didith T.
She was the last piece of the jigsaw in my life," he said, remembering the special sense of "fun and laughter" that Paula brought to his life.
Boo's special sense was rewarded at Crufts with the Eukanuba Friends for Life prize, which celebrates friendship in adversity.
Because they serve the Milwaukee area together with Chicago, our home state will benefit from these improvements, which gives us a special sense of pride in this achievement.

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