• WordNet 3.6
    • n aesthesis an unelaborated elementary awareness of stimulation "a sensation of touch"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n aesthesis Same as æsthesia. Also spelled esthesis.
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In poetry:

'My beautiful Aesthesis,' the young man rashly cried,
'I am the young Athletes, of Trinity the pride;
I have large estates in Ireland, which ere long
will pay me rent;
I have rooms in Piccadilly, and a farm (unlet) in Kent.
"Atheletes And Aesthesis" by E W Bowling
And Aesthesis, as she watched him with his swinging manly stride,
The 'double-blue' Athletes, of Trinity the pride,
Found it difficult entirely to eradicate love's dart,
As she listened to thy Lecture, Slade Professor of Fine Art.
"Atheletes And Aesthesis" by E W Bowling
''Pon my word,' replied the Student, 'this is coming
it too strong:
I can sketch a bit at Lecture, and can sing a comic song;
But my head with all these subjects 'tis impossible to cram;
So, my beautiful Aesthesis, you must take me as I am.'
"Atheletes And Aesthesis" by E W Bowling