- 名詞 (Noun)BFsense
- 動詞 (Verb)BFsensePRsensingPT, PPsensed
- It makes more sense to crosspost than to multipost: that way, replies will all appear together in a single thread.
- When an italicized label or guide phrase follows a boldface numeral, the label or phrase applies only to that specific numbered sense and its subsenses.
- But it isn’t her feats of superheroism that give the story its chilly sense of reality; it’s her casual acceptance of the almost universal corruption of everyone who lives in her world.
- After I spent a couple of hours picking his brain, his scheme started to make sense.
- So you put up with constant giggling, pisstaking remarks, and loads of random words that never made sense.
- Television shows these days do not always toe the line of decency and common sense.
Definition of senses in English Dictionary
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