Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to telekinesis.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of the nature of or pertaining to telekinesis.

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Examples

  • Towards the end of his life Crookes confessed that if he were able to begin again he would prefer to study telepathic phenomena - the direct transference of thought from one person to another - rather than the purely mechanical, or so-called telekinetic, expressions of psychic forces.

    Man or Matter

  • They include Karyn, described as a former stockbroker with a "corporate style" of reading people through spirits; the "telekinetic" Robin, who says that she predicted the death of Anna Nicole Smith.

    Old-Time Luster

  • Listed accessories include a detachable cape, a "telekinetic" dagger: ...a "nether-dimensional" whip: ...and a power base:

    Archive 2005-09-04

  • He then cites Mr. Crookes 'observations on scientifically registered' telekinetic 'performances by Daniel Dunglas Home, he cites

    Modern Mythology

  • Maybe they could use their brainwave sensors to build some kind of telekinetic musical instrument made with singing glass bowls?

    The Globe and Mail - Technology RSS feed

  • After all, no one has yet proven that the amalgamated desire of everybody else on the road to rid the left lane of Toyotas and Lexuses isn’t having some kind of telekinetic effect on their throttles.

    dustbury.com » Wide-open twaddle

  • His awesome telekinetic powers — blowing up tanks, building nuclear reactors in midair — are almost incidental to his bewildering metaphysical insights.

    The Sorcery of Alan Moore

  • He tries to reassure himself that he didn't just have telekinetic sex with this man.

    Filth and Splendor: A Love Story

  • Alison Ng, Takashi Sato, and Theodore Wong are the real thing: both telekinetic, they can attack from afar.

    Filth and Splendor: A Love Story

  • 'Carrie' 1976 Mr. King's first novel, about a bullied teenager who takes revenge on her classmates using telekinetic powers, has been adapted multiple times, spawning the famed Sissy Spacek film, a 1999 sequel, a 1988 Broadway musical and a 2002 television movie.

    Crossing Over: A Novelist at the Movies

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