View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of "Away With Words" on Discogs. Donate to A Way with Words. Currently viewing the tag: "Synesthesia" People with synesthesia have long been known to associate sensations like. Away with Words is a auteur trilingual (Japanese, English, Cantonese) film by Many aspects of Asano's character (memory excess, profound synesthesia. This is another form of synesthesia where certain tastes are experienced when hearing words. For example, the word basketball might taste like waffles. The. (The wording was: “When you listen to someone speaking, do you automatically visualize the words that she/he's saying (like a 'teleprompter' in a way, that. See or hear a word and taste food; See a shape and taste food; Hear sounds and see shapes or patterns; Hear sounds after you smell a certain. Gustatory forms of synesthesia involve the automatic and consistent experience of tastes that are triggered by non-taste related inducers. To have that taken away would make them feel like they were being deprived of asked a synesthete to describe the color that each of words triggered. The word “synesthesia” comes from the Greek words: “synth” (which means “together”) and “ethesia” (which means “perception). Another form of synesthesia joins objects such as letters, shapes, numbers or people's names with a sensory perception such as smell, color or flavor. The word.
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