Crossword clues for sens
- 45-Across and others: Abbr.
- Upper house members: Abbr.
- A century in Washington: Abbr.
- Grp. on the floor
- Capitol V.I.P.'s: Abbr.
- D.C. 100: Abbr.
- Professional filibusterers: Abbr.
- Filibusterers, e.g.: Abbr.
- Meaning: Fr.
- They sit for six yrs.
- A strong-smelling plant from whose dried leaves a number of euphoriant and hallucinogenic drugs are prepared
- A soft drug consisting of the dried leaves of the hemp plant
- Smoked or chewed for euphoric effect
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sens \Sens\, adv. [See Since.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
city in north-central France, Roman Senones, the capital of the Gaulish people of the same name.
n. (plural of sen English)
Sens is a commune in the Yonne department in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté in north-central France, 120 km from Paris.
Sens is a sub-prefecture and the second city of the department, the sixth in the region. It is crossed by the Yonne and the Vanne, which empties into the Yonne here.
Sens is a town and commune in France.
Sens or SENS may also refer to:
- S.E.N.S., a Japanese instrumental group
- SENS Research Foundation, a non-profit organization based in California
- Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence, a regenerative medicine proposal
- Daewoo Sens, a Ukrainian version of the Daewoo Lanos automobile
- Samsung Sens, a laptop computer series
- Ottawa Senators, a team in the National Hockey League
- Saudi Environmental Society
Usage examples of "sens".
Though they stood close to each other, the Sens neither spoke nor touched.
When at last he faced the Sens, Kim raised a black-and-white photograph of the solemn Asian child she had left to walk home alone.
Briefly, he swiveled his body toward the Sens, watching tautly from their seats in front of the assembled media.
Driving away, Terri resolved to do the one thing which, out of pity for the Sens, she had left undone.
Si nous avions le bon sens des hirondelles, nous chercherions comme elles des climats plus propices: .
Ouvia os meus gemidos e sentia meus dedos agarrados aos seus cabelos, quando, de repente, minha bacia foi se erguendo e soltei um grito.
Camoena, who teaches to sing: let him be both the god Consus for granting counsel, and the goddess Sentia for inspiring sentences: let him be the goddess Juventas, who, after the robe of boyhood is laid aside, takes charge of the beginning of the youthful age: let him be Fortuna barbata, who endues adults with a beard, whom they have not chosen to honor.