sensation

Part of speech: noun

Feeling aroused through the senses; also, stimulation of some organ of sense; emotion.

Part of speech: noun

Interest or excitement, or that which produces it.

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Usage examples "sensation":

  1. Almost as he did so, another little sensation brought them all to their feet. - "The Box with the Broken Seals", E. Phillips Oppenheim.
  2. Starr had still a surprised sensation that the trail should lead to Elfigo. - "Starr, of the Desert", B. M Bower.
  3. All the same, I made a sensation at Inkston just at first. - "The Secret of the Tower", Hope, Anthony.