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- adv. in a psychical or psychic manner
- adv. mentally
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a psychical manner; with reference to the mind; in connection with or by effect upon the mind: opposed to physically.
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- adv. from a psychic point of view
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“Anthony, could you come back in here, please?” she called psychically and vocally.
Already "psychically" married, Hare and Mescal along with Silvermane and Wolf come back to August Naab's settlement.
Leaning in (pictured), he asked, But mentally, and emotionally, and psychically, who do you think is better for Bella?
The funniest part in my opinion, was when he ended up sewing psychically cause his hands are cut/pricked up.
But a magnetically-charged or psychically-gifted Baldwin using his powers for selfish, money-grubbing means strikes me as more hilarious than terrifying.
Characters are Martian spies cast psychically across the void of space into Victorian bodies, just prior to the events of War of the Worlds.
But in the course of 1945, it was one more devastation piled atop the accumulated shock still reverberating psychically throughout the world at hearing of the atrocities at Nanjing, the firebombing of Europe, the Holocaust and death camps, the forced labor and genocide of the Gulags, and the virtual devastation of the once revered laws, guiding institutions, and moral authorities that now are seen as leading the world so far astray.
Now we seek wellness in our work and our friendships, as well as physically and psychically.
I could not sense if Sandra was getting this psychically—by reading my mind, by remote viewing—or through her guides.
Actually there has never been a time when all three of my brothers have not loomed overhead, either physically (at first) but, in a larger sense, psychically also, as fully-fledged, remarkably talented adults, as different from each other as, indeed, I am from all three — although these days I think we are gradually beginning to notice the slightly unexpected similarities: more than a few vestigial remnants of Peter.