Recent Examples of telepathy from the Web
The lecture mixed neurological theory and armchair anthropology, and ranged over subjects including premonitions, telepathy, hypnotism, hallucinations, and epileptic and migrainous aura.
All of these gosh-wow moments extend and elaborate on powers depicted in previous Star Wars films: telepathy, mind control, and the like.
Language, after all, is our way of coping without telepathy.
Harness your natural telepathy by dressing as a fortune teller this Halloween.
The only way Chevy could improve the MyLink interaction experience would be by incorporating telepathy.
Today, two-thirds of Americans believe that angels and demons exist; a third believe that climate change is a hoax; almost a quarter believe that vaccines cause autism; only a third strongly disbelieve in telepathy and ghosts.
Once at the table, a sumptuous bread selection appears as if summoned by| mental telepathy.
There was also someone in another part of the Defense Ministry looking into telepathy.
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First Known Use of telepathy
TELEPATHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of telepathy for English Language Learners
: a way of communicating thoughts directly from one person's mind to another person's mind without using words or signals
TELEPATHY Defined for Kids
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