What is another word for sentiency?

Pronunciation: [sˈɛnʃənsi] (IPA)

Sentiency is the ability to feel, perceive or experience emotions. Synonyms for this word include consciousness, awareness, sensitivity and responsiveness. Other words that can be used as synonyms for sentiency include perception, feeling, sensation, empathy, and understanding. These words all describe the capacity for experiencing or expressing emotions, consciousness, and awareness. It's important to understand different synonyms for sentiency when writing, as they can help convey different nuances and shades of meaning. For example, using "empathy" can emphasize the emotional aspect of sentiency, while "responsiveness" focuses on the ability to respond to stimuli.

Usage examples for Sentiency

Presently a warm glow flowed up into Skag's feet, filling his person and extending his physical sentiency into her body.
"Son of Power"
Will Levington Comfort and Zamin Ki Dost
There was rather a memorable moment of sentiency just there.
"Son of Power"
Will Levington Comfort and Zamin Ki Dost
For, as already shown, supposing all forms of Mind to be composed of homogeneous units of feeling variously aggregated, the resolution of them into such units leaves us as unable as before to think of the substance of Mind as it exists in such units; and thus, even could we really figure to ourselves all units of external Force as being essentially like units of the force known as Feeling, and as so constituting a universal sentiency, we should be as far as ever from forming a conception of that which is universally sentient."
"A Candid Examination of Theism"
George John Romanes

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