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sense-experience Syllabification: sense-ex·pe·ri·ence

Entry from US English dictionary

Definition of sense-experience in English:

noun

Experience that is derived from the senses.
Example sentences
  • The mind was thus dependent for its scientific knowledge on sense-experience.
  • Things in the world seem to affect one another causally in ways that are difficult to account for properly by mere reports of sense-experiences.
  • In the experience of certain art objects, he suggests, the "intimacy" that is implicit in human sense-experience becomes more or less explicit.

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