extrasensory

[ US /ˌɛkstɹəˈsɛnsɝi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. seemingly outside normal sensory channels
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How To Use extrasensory In A Sentence

  • The application of plethysmography to the objective study of so-called extrasensory perception, Journal of the Society for PsychicalResearch, 40, 162-172. ENTANGLED MINDS
  • Captain Smollett had eyes in the back of his head and a sense of timing that was extrasensory. FAIRYLAND
  • People who have extrasensory perception are said to be psychic.
  • Many paranormal events are said to be experienced only by those with psychic powers, such as extrasensory perception or psychokinesis.
  • The potential of human is mysterious and unimaginable just like the universe with exhaustless and occult power and extrasensory information.
  • On the other hand, observation of extrasensory perception and psychokinesis is tenuous at best.
  • Precognition denotes a form of extrasensory perception wherein a person is said to perceive information about places or events through paranormal means before they happen.
  • Throughout the 1950s and 60s there were plenty of articles and BT letters on extrasensory perception, dowsing, astrology, the Dean space drive, and a psi device called the Hieronymus machine. Analog Science Fiction and Fact
  • This could throw additional light upon the unconscious psychodynamic processes governing the perception and apperception, both sensory and extrasensory, of potentially threatening stimuli.
  • Rhine, by the way, is the person who coined the terms extrasensory perception and parapsychology.
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