Synonyms of sense in English:

sense


See definition of sense

noun

1‘the sense of touch’

SYNONYMS
sensory faculty, feeling, sensation, perception
sight, hearing, touch, taste, smell, sixth sense
dated sensibility

2‘she felt a sense of guilt’

SYNONYMS
awareness, feeling, sensation, consciousness, perception, recognition

3‘a sense of humour’

SYNONYMS
appreciation, awareness, understanding, comprehension, discernment, acknowledgement

4‘the driver had the sense to press the panic button’

SYNONYMS
wisdom, common sense, good sense, practicality, sagacity, sharpness, discernment, perception
native wit, mother wit, wit, level-headedness, intelligence, cleverness, astuteness, shrewdness, judgement, soundness of judgement, understanding, reason, logic, brain, brains
informal gumption, nous, horse sense, savvy
British informal loaf, common
North American informal smarts
ANTONYMS

stupidity, mindlessness

5‘I can't see the sense in leaving all the work to you’

SYNONYMS
purpose, point, reason, aim, object, motive, use, utility, value, advantage, benefit

6‘here there are two different senses of ‘exist’’

SYNONYMS
meaning, definition, import, denotation, signification, significance, purport, implication, intention, nuance, drift, gist, thrust, tenor, burden, theme, message, essence, spirit, substance

verb

1‘she could sense their hostility to her’

SYNONYMS
discern, feel, observe, notice, get the impression of, recognize, pick up, be cognizant of, become cognizant of, be aware of, become aware of, be conscious of, become conscious of, come to know, get to know, tell, distinguish, make out, find, identify, comprehend, apprehend, see, discover, learn, appreciate, realize, suspect, have a funny feeling, have a hunch, just know, divine, intuit, conceive
informal catch on to
British informal twig
rare cognize