Definition of second sight in English:

second sight

Syllabification: sec·ond sight

noun

The supposed ability to perceive future or distant events; clairvoyance.
More example sentences
  • It emerges that Wolf Larsen has remarkable powers of vision - second sight, it seems.
  • A psychic has set up a school to teach people the art of second sight.
  • In pagan times poets were thought to be gifted with second sight, able in a trance or frenzy to foretell future events.

Derivatives

second-sighted

adjective

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