I have found a fortune-telling, second-sighted person in the car.
People were thought to be “second-sighted”—that is, to have prophetic vision.
In the same way if a minister of the kirk was clairvoyant or second-sighted that was a proof of godliness and inspiration.
The people of St. Kilda, according to Martin, held that cows shared the visions of second-sighted milk-maids.
But if a lay parishioner was second-sighted, he or she was in danger of the stake as a witch or wizard.
All your mother's Highland kinsfolk were never able to throw their second-sighted glamour into my een, and my own bairn shanna.
The stranger's name was Theoclymenus, and he was a sooth-sayer and a second-sighted man.
She was the best of women, strong in mind and second-sighted, and she could cover herself in her hair.
She and her sister Irpa were then seen by second-sighted men fighting on the earl's side.
In the evening after I had received this letter, I made a visit to my second-sighted friend, and communicated to him the proposal.