New Word #36: Related With Senses

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tangible: perceptible by touch.

intangible: unable to be touched or grasped; not having physical presence.

palpable: (of a feeling or atmosphere) so intense as to seem almost tangible.

impalpable: unable to be felt by touch.

perceptible: (especially of a slight movement or change of state) able to be seen or noticed.

imperceptible: impossible to perceive.

palatable: (of food or drink) pleasant to taste.

untouchable: not able or allowing to be touched or affected.

delectable: (of food or drink) delicious.

sensible: (of a statement or course of action) chosen in accordance with wisdom or prudence. This word is about wisdom. It has nothing to do with whether one can sense something or not.

sensational: (of an event, a person, or a piece of information) causing great public interest and excitement.

insensible: without one’s mental faculties, typically a result of violence or intoxication; unconscious.

visible: able to be seen

invisible: unable to be seen; not visible to the eye.

audible: able to be heard.

inaudible: unable to be heard.

odorous: having or giving off a smell.

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25 thoughts on “New Word #36: Related With Senses

        1. Wow, I want to know Sanskrit, but I know it’s just a dream. I want to read the original Buddhist scripts. LOL. I bet Buddha has a lot of wisdom that is lost in translation. LOL.

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        2. Wow, I actually just bought the book before you mentioned it. LOL. Wise men think alike. The website is wonderful and I will try to make more use of it. The fact is the complication of the alphabets can be daunting and intimidating to beginners. While progress is slow, it is easy to get discouraged. I try to take out 15 minutes every day to learn. LOL.

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