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synesthesia

syn·es·the·sia (syn·aes·the·sia)

synesthesia (synaesthesia)

 
pronunciation:
sI nihs thi zh [or] sI nihs thi zhi [or] sI nihs thi zi
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part of speech: noun
definition: a phenomenon in which a stimulus applied to one part of the body causes a sensation in another, as when a smell produces the visualization of a prior experience.
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derivations: synesthetic (adj.), synesthete (n.)
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