Relating to or involving several bodily senses: multisensory methods of reading instruction. (adjective)
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Use "multisensory" in a sentence
"“There is something called the multisensory integration test.”"
"And what better way to give one's self into autumn's clammy grip than with the kind of multisensory wigout at which those daring dandies at the Pussycat excel?"
"I'd suggest the word "multisensory" to describe entertainment experiences that use multiple sensory channels to communicate with the consumer, rather than using the single channel of text."