\ˈvər-chə-wo\ ˈsen(t)-sə-tiv\
Function : adjective + adjective
Etymology : (Middle English, efficacious, potential, from Medieval Latin virtualis, from Latin virtus strength, virtue) (Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Medieval Latin sensitivus, probably alteration of sensativus, from sensatus sensate)

1. to become sensitive or more attracted to virtual stimulus than to physical life. Or ti just feel a lot through virtual means.

(gabriel ochoa)
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