Definition of 'telepathy'
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I have no talent for telepathy or anything like that and no particular beliefs. THE DEVIL'S OWN WORK (2002)"" So, telepathy 's in the future of the species," Jaffe replied. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2002)This was the nearest science had ever come to a really plausible explanation of telepathy. GRACE (2002)
But by that telepathy that comes with desire (and fades with it) Julia had known that today was the day. THE HELLBOUND HEART (2002)
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Translations for 'telepathy'
British English: telepathy NOUN
If you refer to telepathy, you mean the direct communication of thoughts and feelings between people's minds, without the need to use speech, writing, or any other normal signals.
Many of us find it very difficult to state our needs. We expect people to know by telepathy what we are feeling.
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