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sent/sens
Latin root that means "to feel"
sentiment
sincere "feelings"
assent
to "feel or think" along with, or agree with
consent
approval or permission
dissent
to feel or think differently; to disagree
resent
to feel anger or bitterness toward
sensation
feeling; action of the senses to see, hear, feel, taste, and smell
sensory
of or about the five senses
sensuous
experiencing the pleasures of the senses
sentient
able to feel; having feeling; having consciousness
val
Latin root that means "strong"
valiant
having or showing "strength", such as courage or bravery
ambivalent
having strong feelings for both sides and therefore unable to choose
convalescent
having to do with recovering strength after an illness or operation
evaluation
an appraisal or estimate of strength - of value, worth, importance, or another quality
invalid
a person who is not strong because of sickness or injury