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In the meantime, Beagle's precognition was still proceedin; and Gilbert Walker and his dochter wouldna, it was said, relent.
WILSON'S TALES OF THE BORDERS AND OF SCOTLAND, VOL. XXALEXANDER LEIGHTON
Let us speak of it no more; you will receive notice when, where, and by whom, we are to take your precognition.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. 11 (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Perhaps some of the life forms even developed precognition like the human quakemen.
DEATHWORLDHARRY HARRISON
It's direct proof of precognition, and because of the prominence of the event, everybody will hear about it.
THE EDGE OF THE KNIFEHENRY BEAM PIPER
The sheriff immediately set about taking a precognition, for which he had been, by Geordie, previously prepared.
WILSON'S TALES OF THE BORDERS AND OF SCOTLAND, VOLUME VIVARIOUS
In proving precognition, he had destroyed his evidence for telepathy.
THE LEADERWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS (AKA MURRAY LEINSTER)
I have only to add that our sheriff has taken a precognition, and committed one or two of the rioters.
RED GAUNTLETSIR WALTER SCOTT
Howsever, I suppose thats to be considered in the precognition!
THE ENTAILJOHN GALT
Malone wondered if, just maybe, his precognition had blown a fuse.
OCCASION FOR DISASTERGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
"But I saw no harm in seeing what she is like with precognition," I said.
THE RIGHT TIMEWALTER BUPP
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WORDS RELATED TO PRECOGNITION

  • ESP
  • clairvoyance
  • feyness
  • inner sense
  • insight
  • lucidity
  • precognition
  • prescience
  • sixth sense
  • the force
  • third eye
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