Definition of telepathy in English:

telepathy

Syllabification: te·lep·a·thy
Pronunciation: /təˈlepəTHē
 
/

noun

Derivatives

telepathist

noun
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  • Early in the discussion he mentions possible ways of detecting whether a telepathist is communicating with the dead.
  • Yet this nascent talent was now magnified many times and tempered with the force of volunteer telepathists as it drilled achingly, relentlessly.
  • And I must be what's called a telepathist, because I can read people's minds.

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