One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘excessive pressure on the eyeball causes a sensation of light’
feeling, sense, awareness, consciousness, perception, impression, tickle, tingle, prickle
2‘I caused something of a sensation by announcing that this boat would cost £1m’
commotion, stir, uproar, furore, outrage, scandal, impact
interest, excitement, agitation
informal splash, to-do, hullabaloo
3‘the new cars were a sensation when they first appeared’
great success, sell-out, triumph, star attraction, talking point
informal smash, smash hit, hit, box-office hit, show-stopper, winner, crowd-puller, wow, knockout, biggie
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