precognition

[ pree-kog-nish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF precognition

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Would you consider a person fortunate to possess the power of precognition?

What she had said about expecting to find me on the roof sounded like precognition.

Precognition is the least understood of the Psi powers, and the most erratic.

"I'm telling him the facts of life about precognition," Morgan told her.

It might be that there was such a thing as precognition in the form Morgan had described.

That precognition about me, it doesn't include Madame Porvis?

Howsever, I suppose thats to be considered in the precognition!

Malone wondered if, just maybe, his precognition had blown a fuse.

"But I saw no harm in seeing what she is like with precognition," I said.

To mention two important types only—there were apparitions of the so-called dead, and there were cases of precognition.

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