clairvoyant

[ klair-voi-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF clairvoyant

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You're a kind of a mixture of a clairvoyant and a Sherlock Holmes, you are.

We know that in his case Love's clairvoyant instinct had got its nightcap on.

I am a clairvoyant and trance-medium, with materialization as a specialty.

Neither spoke for a moment or two; then he said, quietly: "I did not know you were clairvoyant."

As a critic, too, though illuminating and reassuring, he is far from clairvoyant.

But among those who are gifted in the direction spoken of, all are not clairvoyant.

Was it a clairvoyant reading of the letter that was en route during the night?

I have often tried to determine whether they are blind, weak or clairvoyant.

That was good stuff about the clairvoyant in the 'Clarion' this morning.

"Connie Maitland was very anxious for me to go to a clairvoyant," Amy put in.

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