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telepathic

Line breaks: tele|path¦ic
Pronunciation: /tɛlɪˈpaθɪk
 
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Definition of telepathic in English:

adjective

1Supposedly capable of transmitting thoughts to other people and of knowing their thoughts; psychic: a team of telepathic superheroes who can read each other’s thoughts
More example sentences
  • I agree about Nancy being telepathic by the way she has responded to me.
  • In season three of the original series, she played a telepathic alien doctor in "Is There No Truth in Beauty?"
  • Psychic drift may account for some telepathic subjects guessing the wrong card, photo, video clip, etc.
Synonyms
psychic, clairvoyant, with second sight, with a sixth sense
1.1Relating to or characteristic of telepathy: suppose that telepathic communication between human minds occurs
More example sentences
  • In fact, nobody seemed to have any telepathic powers at all.
  • The author has had some previous spontaneous experiences at apparently effective telepathic sending.
  • The usual telepathic communication between the players is in evidence.

Derivatives

telepathically

1
Pronunciation: /tɛlɪˈpaθɪk(ə)li/
adverb
Example sentences
  • The sender concentrates and uses mental intention to try to telepathically communicate the target to the receiver.
  • The cards would be shuffled and a receiver would then try to guess the cards that a sender would try to telepathically communicate.
  • This suggests the participants were aware when the guessing was being influenced telepathically and when it was not.

Words that rhyme with telepathic

homeopathic, polymathic, psychopathic

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