It seemed as if Michel, in his own clairvoyant way, was already preparing to write Bush's memoirs.
Because the former commissioner at the center of the “newly re-burgeoning” IRS “scandal” is clearly a clairvoyant.
It's not Dickens' finest work, but it may be one of his most clairvoyant.
The “clairvoyant camel” has picked Argentina over Germany in the World Cup final.
Anyone who says he knows what effect this will have on the tax code is a clairvoyant.
Swedenborg, it will be remembered, also had a clairvoyant vision of a fire at a great distance.
We know that in his case Love's clairvoyant instinct had got its nightcap on.
Don't you believe she really is clairvoyant, and sees things in her crystal?
I am a clairvoyant and trance-medium, with materialization as a specialty.
The thought itself appears first to clairvoyant sight as a vibration in the mental body, and this may be either simple or complex.
1834 in the psychic sense; see clairvoyant (adj.). Earlier it was used in the sense "clear-sighted person" (1794). Fem. form was Clairvoyante.