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Some choose to believe that these clairvoyants have other worldly insights that most people do not.

While some of these doctors were legitimate and extremely skilled, the term clairvoyant physician was generally used to describe your typical 19th-century quack.

I don’t think anybody was clairvoyant enough, wise enough to think that far down the road this was going to be a consequence.

Visions, possibly telepathic or clairvoyant, implying acquirement of knowledge by supernormal means.

Nor did he suspect its potential historical significance; or his own possible significance, despite his clairvoyant prediction.

EgoistsJames Huneker

Considered as effects, compared and criticised, they yielded a clairvoyant vision of the history of interminable years.

The Discovery of the FutureH. G. (Herbert George) Wells

He required to be no clairvoyant in order to see two clasped hands which besought the sympathy of the beholder.

The InfernoAugust Strindberg

You must remember that by clairvoyant vision the real thoughts and feelings of a person may be perceived.

There is every conceivable grade of clairvoyant power and some degree of superphysical sensitiveness is becoming rather common.

It was with clairvoyant eyes that the little thing went to meet her doom.

AtlantisGerhart Hauptmann

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