syn·es·thete noun \ˈsi-nəs-ˌthēt\
First Known Use of SYNESTHETE
syn·es·thete noun \ˈsin-əs-ˌthēt\ (Medical Dictionary)
: one who experiences synesthesia <for a synesthete, a voice can spark color or taste as well as sound—Psychology Today>
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