clairaudience

(from the article `clairvoyance`) ...known to any other person, not obtained by ordinary channels of perceiving or reasoning—thus a form of extrasensory perception (ESP). ...
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Clairaudience

• (n.) Act of hearing, or the ability to hear, sounds not normally audible; -- usually claimed as a special faculty of spiritualistic mediums, or the like.
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Clairaudience

Clair·au'di·ence noun [ French clair clear + F. & English audience a hearing. See Clear .] Act of hearing, or the ability to hear, sounds not normally audible; -- usually claimed as a special faculty of spiritualistic mediums, or the like.
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Clairaudience

Auditory form of ESP (compare with Clairvoyance).
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clairaudience

clairaudience (Latin > French) 1. The supposed power to hear things outside the range of normal perception. 2. The perceived power to hear sounds said to exist beyond the reach of ordinary experience or capacity; such as, the voices of the dead.
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clairaudience

In parapsychology, the alleged faculty of being able to hear sounds inaudible to the normal ear, associated with spiritualist mediums and clairvoyance. ...
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Clairaudience

The paranormal obtaining of information by hearing sounds or voices. See also clairvoyance, clairsentience.
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Clairaudience

The paranormal obtaining of information by hearing sounds or voices. See also clairvoyance, clairsentience.
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