synesthetic
adjective see synesthesia

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • synesthetic — adjective relating to or experiencing synesthesia; involving more than one sense synesthetic response to music synesthetic metaphor • Syn: ↑synaesthetic • Pertains to noun: ↑synesthesia (for: ↑synaesthet …   Useful english dictionary

  • synesthetic — See synesthesia. * * * …   Universalium

  • synesthetic — adj. pertaining to synesthesia, pertaining to a sensation triggered by the stimulation of another sense …   English contemporary dictionary

  • synesthetic — syn·es·thet·ic …   English syllables

  • synesthetic metaphor — noun a metaphor that exploits a similarity between experiences in different sense modalities • Hypernyms: ↑metaphor …   Useful english dictionary

  • Synesthesia — For other uses, see Synesthesia (disambiguation). How someone with synesthesia might perceive certain letters and numbers. Synesthesia (also spelled synæsthesia or synaesthesia, plural synesthesiae or synaesthesiae), from the ancient Greek σύν… …   Wikipedia

  • Synesthesia in art — The phrase synesthesia in art has historically referred to a wide variety of artistic experiments in order to synthesize different art disciplines (i.e. music and painting) as can be observed in the genres of visual music, abstract film, computer …   Wikipedia

  • Grapheme-color synesthesia — Grapheme → color synesthesia is a form of synesthesia in which an individual s perception of numbers and letters are associated with the experience of colors. Like all forms of synesthesia, grapheme → color synesthesia is involuntary, consistent …   Wikipedia

  • Grapheme–color synesthesia — How someone with grapheme → color synesthesia might perceive (not see ) certain letters and numbers. Grapheme → color synesthesia is a form of synesthesia in which an individual s perception of numbers and letters is associated with the… …   Wikipedia

  • Synesthesia in literature — Synesthesia is a neurological condition in which one or more sensory modalities become linked. However, for over a century, the term synesthesia has also been used to refer to artistic and poetic devices which attempt to express a linkage between …   Wikipedia

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