Of or relating to the senses or sensation.(adjective)
Transmitting impulses from sense organs to nerve centers; afferent.(adjective)
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Use "sensory" in a sentence
"It is evident, from these facts, that the fibers composing the posterior bundles of nerve-roots only transmit sensory impulses, and the filaments composing the anterior nerve-roots only transmit motor impulses; accordingly, they are termed respectively the _sensory_ and the _motor_ nerve-roots."
"There are two sets of nerve-fibers, those which transmit sensory impulses, called _afferent_ or _sensory_ nerves, and those which transmit motor impulses, called"
"I say that because it looks as if she's got what we call a sensory level at about the mid part of her abdomen."