Sense is another English word that means the ability of the body to perceive an external stimulus. Sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing are some most common senses. The word “sense” originated in the 15th century and derived from old French words sens, san, and sen, which means seans, direction and reason. According to the Oxford dictionary, the word “senses” can be used as a verb and as a noun as well. It is used as a noun to describe the captivity through which the body perceives external stimuli. For example,” I can sense the smell of chicken from your kitchen,” And when the word “sense’ is used as a verb, it is detecting or perceiving by the tool of senses or sense. For example, He can sense his brother’s anger rising.