1. someone with the power of communicating thoughts directly
  2. a magician who seems to discern the thoughts of another person (usually by clever signals from an accomplice)
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How To Use thought-reader In A Sentence

  • A piece of paper, containing the representation of an arrow, was held before a carefully blind-folded thought-reader and its position constantly changed, the thought-reader being requested to mentally see the arrow at each turn.
  • My own superhero is a thought-reader with a giant head, but she doesn't want the responsibility of her visions and she lives in denial of her power.
  • I have never noticed before that you were a thought-reader. When We Dead Awaken
  • The thought-reader, having arranged that the confederate should write a certain word, commences by asking four members of the company to write each a word upon a piece of paper, fold it up in such a manner that it cannot be seen, and then to pass it on to him. Games For All Occasions
  • It is necessary that the player who is to take the part of thought-reader should have a confederate, and the game is then played as follows: My Book of Indoor Games
  • The thought-reader, having arranged that the confederate should write My Book of Indoor Games
  • You, who are a thought-reader — can you guess what then occurred to me? When We Dead Awaken
  • That is what I do for a living, I am a thought-reader.
  • I mean, I turn on my thought-reader, and I get: Okay, so is that -- oooh, pretty colors! Central High School, Baton Rouge - Class of 1965
  • The thought-reader then opens the paper, looks at it, and slips it into his pocket; he has, however, looked at one of the other papers. Games For All Occasions
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