extrasensory extrasensory  /ˌɛk strə ˈsɛn sə ri/


  • (adj) seemingly outside normal sensory channels


  1. I believe that I have experienced extrasensory perception.
  2. A few minutes after the sighting, Barney Hill turned the car down a side road, impelled by some extrasensory command.


  • 'Sisterland' review: Sisterly fault lines

    Vi is psychic. So is her identical twin, Kate, who long ago concluded their extrasensory gift is a curse, not a blessing. And "Sisterland" -- Curtis Sittenfeld's fourth novel -- unfolds as the twins re-evaluate most of what matters to them as they wait to feel the earth move.
    on July 14, 2013     Source: The Oregonian

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