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clairaudience

noun clair·au·di·ence \kler-ˈ-dē-ən(t)s, -ˈä-\

Definition of CLAIRAUDIENCE

:  the power or faculty of hearing something not present to the ear but regarded as having objective reality
clair·au·di·ent \-ənt\ adjective
clair·au·di·ent·ly adverb

Origin of CLAIRAUDIENCE

clair- (as in clairvoyance) + audience (act of hearing)
First Known Use: 1864

clairaudience

noun clair·au·di·ence \kla(ə)r-ˈd-ē-ən(t)s, kle(ə)r-, -ˈäd-\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of CLAIRAUDIENCE

:  the power or faculty of hearing something not present to the ear but regarded as having objective reality
clair·au·di·ent \-ənt\ adjective

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