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thought-reading

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as mind-reading.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It started as it meant to go on, with thought-reading chavgirl Kelly visiting Nathan's grave only to find him alive again though six feet under and, I'm afraid, masturbating down there.

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  • He had known of that thought-reading trick ever since his ayah (native nurse) taught him to lisp Hindustanee; just as surely he knew that its impudent, repeated use was intended to sap his belief in himself.

    In The Time Of Light

  • You forget my highly developed faculty of thought-reading.

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  • A gaming company called Emotiv plans to release a thought-reading helmet that would allow players to work through a mystical world just through their mind.

    First they see what we see, then it’s The Matrix.

  • Every leading physiologist and psychologist down to the present time has relegated what, for want of a better term, has been called “thought-reading” to the limbo of exploded fallacies.

    ENTANGLED MINDS

  • The metaphorical or pantheistic God of the physicists is light years away from the interventionist, miracle-wreaking, thought-reading, sin-punishing, prayer-answering God of the Bible, of priests, mullahs and rabbis, and of ordinary language.

    The God Delusion

  • The UK team say such research might help paralysed people communicate, using a “thought-reading” computer.

    The Science of Reading People’s Thoughts | Impact Lab

  • I may have done thought-reading, but I have never really cheated since — never ....

    Love and Mr Lewisham

  • The next morning Lewisham learnt from Lagune that his intuition was correct, that Ethel had at last succumbed to pressure and consented to attempt thought-reading.

    Love and Mr Lewisham

  • All he did know was that at some point before she became Tylar's wife, she had disabled Garth's slave-collar, freeing his human magepowers of thought-reading, and that Garth had used those powers to serve and protect her.

    Elvenblood

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