- (law) existing by consent
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[ See Consent
, intransitive verb
, and confer Sensual
.] 1. (Law)
Existing, or made, by the mutual consent of two or more parties. 2. (Physiol.)
Excited or caused by sensation, sympathy, or reflex action, an
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Denoting what something is by the fact of agreement between the perceiving of several persons. ... Synonym: reflex. ... Origin: L. Con-, with, + sensus, sensation ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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existing by consent; `a consensual contract`
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• (v. i.) Existing, or made, by the mutual consent of two or more parties. • (v. i.) Excited or caused by sensation, sympathy, or reflex action, and not by conscious volition; as, consensual motions.
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consensual In law, existing by mutual consent, as a contract.
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This word is applied to designate one species of contract known in the civil laws; these contracts derive their name from the consent of the parties which is required in their formation, as they cannot exist without such consent.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: kon-sen′shŭ-ăl Definitions: 1. With consent; by mutual agreement of all parties. 2. Pertaining to a reflex elicited by indirect stimulation of a receptor, as pupillary constriction in one eye when the other is stimulated by light.
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