Synesthesia

The conflation of the senses, such as when we refer to a color as "loud" (mixing sight and sound) or a scent as "sharp" (mixing smell and touch). Poets sometimes use synesthesia to striking effect, as ???.


From the Guide to Literary Terms by Jack Lynch.
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