Definition of clairaudience in English:

clairaudience

Line breaks: clair|audi|ence
Pronunciation: /klɛːrˈɔːdɪəns
 
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noun

[mass noun]
  • The supposed faculty of perceiving, as if by hearing, what is inaudible: his clairaudience enabled him to overhear the enemy’s debates
    More example sentences
    • The mediums demonstrated every variety of psychic power from clairvoyance and clairaudience to telekinesis and telepathy.
    • Jesus and the other prophets in the Old and New Testaments received their visions and messages through clairvoyance and clairaudience.
    • My devotees may spontaneously experience but do not practice clairvoyance, clairaudience, astral projection, and mind-reading.

Derivatives

clairaudient

adjective & noun
More example sentences
  • And although most experienced clairaudients can keep up with the pace, sometimes the thoughts of the spirits come in so quickly that the clairaudient can miss part of the message.
  • Through his well-developed clairvoyant and clairaudient abilities, Gurudeva sometimes saw and communicated with inner-world beings.
  • Upon receiving clairaudient transmissions from the angels, Victoria would go frequently to the Native American sacred ground of Lake Bonneville.

Origin

mid 19th century: from French clair 'clear' + audience, on the pattern of clairvoyance.

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