Definition of psionic in English:

psionic

Syllabification: psi·on·ic
Pronunciation: /sīˈänik
 
/

adjective

  • Relating to or denoting the practical use of psychic powers or paranormal phenomena: psionic communication
    More example sentences
    • Psionic Telekinesis is simply the use of psionic power to move or manipulate physical matter.
    • Ravena summoned her psionic powers and a fuchsia aura enveloped her snowy white skin.
    • Hovering just outside the suspended gate, most likely defying the very nature of gravity with his psionic power, Timothy did not appear too happy.

Derivatives

psionically

Pronunciation: /-ik(ə)lē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • When Vattic has his powers during present-day shootouts, you can use them to dispatch enemies, using waves of mental force or a Vader-esque telekinetic stranglehold, or psionically heal both himself and his allies.
  • ‘Auxiliary Attaches’ are usually the more psionically inclined humans and those in a position to take on demons without attracting much attention, like police and military personnel.
  • From what I've heard they can't be healed psionically, but I'll give it a shot anyway.

Origin

1950s: from psi, on the pattern of electronic.

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