undersense

undersense

(ˈʌndəˌsɛns)
n
the underlying meaning
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If he is aware of "huge and mighty forms" among his native hills, at Cambridge the trivial diversions of college life do not preclude an undersense of something more ideal, nothing less than "great Newton's own etherial self," and yet "invested here with tasks / Of life's plain business, as a daily garb" (3:270, 274-75)--in effect, a historical Newton constructed as the produce of many common days.