Definition for SENS-O'RI-UM, or SENS'O-RY

SENS-O'RI-UM, or SENS'O-RY, n. [from L. sensus, sentio.]

  1. The seat of sense and perception, commonly supposed to be seated in some part of the contents of the cranium.
  2. Organ of sense; as, double sensories, two eyes, two ears, &c. – Bentley.

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