Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a telepathic manner; by means of telepathy; according to the principles or doctrine of telepathy.
- adv. parapsychology By means of telepathy.
“One member claimed that he felt the coin telepathically warn him that they should make small purchases, so as not to get carded, and thus it was so.”
“Auraya heard Mischief speak her name telepathically, somehow managing to convey immense disappointment at her leaving so abruptly.”
“Four of them cornered him at the back of a school on a Sunday, and the other five Beladors came when called telepathically.”
“Maybe that they can call telepathically communicate with each other?”
“Perhaps she had received the idea telepathically from the man.”
“Marshall, Rhodan called telepathically to his mutant chief, alert Andr" Noir!”
“For instance, if our minds should ever become 'telepathically' connected, so that we knew immediately, or could under certain conditions know immediately, each what the other was thinking, the world we now live in would appear to the thinkers in that world to have been of an inferior grade.”
“Â The DP shows off some new tricks (Cliff has wireless internet in his brain) while the Chief forces Steve Dayton (codename: Mento, the Freshmaker) into doing his bidding, telepathically.”
“His only established powers were being able to live underwater and communicate telepathically with marine life.”
“At least the clones seem to be growing at the normal rate, and aren't telepathically linked or anything like that.”
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