deja vu

  1. the experience of thinking that a new situation had occurred before
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  • Recollective experience and posthypnotic amnesia: The experimental induction of déjà vu Mind Hacks: It's like jamais vu never again
  • Now this wasn't the exotic and other-worldly form of déjà vu, but the ‘my brain has turned to mush and I keep on forgetting things' kind.
  • There's an uncanny feeling of déjà vu. The Times Literary Supplement
  • There's an uncanny feeling of déjà vu. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Caroline Sullivan Margo Guryan Someone I Know Singer-songwriter Margo Guryan doesn't interpolate Bach's Jesu just for kicks on this 1968 obscurity – the familiar melody helps conjure an enchanting sense of deja vu as the ethereal New Yorker sings of meeting a stranger she feels she's known her whole life. F&M playlist
  • And then there is Deja Vu, who is a cuddler, he's the lover of the group. CNN Transcript Jan 2, 2010
  • I think in the past the déjà vu experience has been interpreted by parapsychology and it's very tempting to be thinking about the déjà vu experiences perhaps reflecting a past life.
  • All of the racing sports, the skiing and bobsled and speed skating and luge, are exercises in déjà vu.
  • Dr. Ian Hocking is podcasting his techno-thriller novel, Déjà Vu. SF Tidbits for 6/18/06
  • an eerie feeling of deja vu
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