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Multi-Sense AppealPlay
Uses of 'sensory' often describe experiences that engage multiple senses simultaneously, enhancing enjoyment or understanding. SlideThe sensory journey at the museum engaged sight, touch, and sound.
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Positive ConnotationPlay
'Sensory' often implies a pleasant or stimulating experience, unless context suggests sensory discomfort or overload. SlideThe spa provides a sensory retreat with its tranquil ambiance.
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Vivid DescriptionPlay
When 'sensory' describes something, it helps to visualize or feel the experience more intensely. SlideHer poetry creates a rich sensory landscape with vivid imagery.