psychokinesis

noun psy·cho·ki·ne·sis \ ˌsī-kō-kə-ˈnē-səs , -kī- \
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of psychokinesis

: movement of physical objects by the mind without use of physical means — compare precognition, telekinesis

psychokinetic

play \ˌsī-kō-kə-ˈne-tik, -kī-\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of psychokinesis

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psychokinesis

noun psy·cho·ki·ne·sis \ -kə-ˈnē-səs, -kī- \

medical Definition of psychokinesis

plural psychokineses play \-ˌsēz\
: movement of physical objects by the mind without use of physical means called also PK; compare precognition, telekinesis

psychokinetic

play \-ˈnet-ik\ adjective

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