Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Morbid acuteness.

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  • noun sensory performance finer than the receptor grain

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Examples

  • For those who might be less familiar with it, hyperempiria is a focused trance modality similiar in many respects to traditional hypnosis with hyperacuity or heightened sensory exprience.

    What is Hyperempiria?

  • The hyperacuity of his ear and his unusual retention of sounds he never stopped performing the earliest songs and spirituals he heard, and as a mature writer he could reproduce entire blocks of spoken conversation may have been a vestige of his fitful early months.

    Mark Twain

  • The hyperacuity of his ear and his unusual retention of sounds he never stopped performing the earliest songs and spirituals he heard, and as a mature writer he could reproduce entire blocks of spoken conversation may have been a vestige of his fitful early months.

    Mark Twain

  • Will you go into more detail about what you do i.e. hyperacuity and/or hyperemperic intensity - they sound very sexy!

    Vacations with Hypnosis

  • For those who might be less familiar with it, hyperempiria is a focused trance modality similiar in many respects to traditional hypnosis with hyperacuity or heightened sensory exprience.

    Life of Brian:

  • Westheimer G, McKee SP (1977) Spatial configurations for visual hyperacuity.

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  • It is probable that some insignificant mark has, owing to his visual hyperacuity, fixed the image in the subject's brain. "

    Complete Hypnotism, Mesmerism, Mind-Reading and Spiritualism How to Hypnotize: Being an Exhaustive and Practical System of Method, Application, and Use

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