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AES

Greek. Means "feeling, perception."
Aesthetic, Anasthetic.

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Aesthetic

Adjective. Having to do with beauty or order.
Synonym: artistic

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Anesthetic

Noun. A substance which causes loss of feeling.

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PATH

Greek. Means "to feel".
Apathetic, Empathy, Pathos, Antipathy.

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Apathetic

Adjective. Not interested; having no strong emotion towards.
Synonym: indifferent

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Empathy

Noun. Sharing of another's emotions.
Synonym: compassion
Antonym: opposition

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Pathos

Noun. Power of evoking great sadness or sympathy.
Synonym: pitifulness

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Antipathy

Adjective. Hostility or hatred.
Synonym: dislike
Antonym: sympathy

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SENS/SENT

Latin. Means "to feel, to be aware."
Sentient, Sentinel, Sentiment, Presentiment.

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Sentient

Adjective. Conscious; aware.
Antonym: unaware

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Sentinel

Noun. One who watches or guards.

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Sentiment

Noun. A feeling about something.
Synonym: attitude

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Presentiment

Noun. A feeling about something before it happens.
Synonym: foreboding

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TANG/TACT

Latin means "to touch".
Tangible, Tactile, Intact.

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Tangible

Adjective. Able to be grasped or perceived.
Synonym: concrete
Antonym: abstract

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Tactile

Adjective. Pertaining to touch.

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Intact

Adjective. Unbroken; whole.
Synonym: unharmed