con-sensual

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English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

con- +‎ sensual

Adjective[edit]

con-sensual

  1. (physiology, dated) Occurring simultaneously, or almost so, with sensory perception.
    • 1854, “Review”, Journal of psychological medicine, volume 7‎, Three Lectures on the Correlation of Psychology and Physiology, by Daniel Noble, M.D., page 515: 
      Emotional sensibility, he thinks, induces its own reactions upon the muscular system, independently of the movements denominated con-sensual.

Etymology 2[edit]

See consensual

Adjective[edit]

con-sensual

  1. Alternative spelling of consensual.