- outside one's normal sense perception.
Origin of extrasensory
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Examples from the Web for extrasensory
I do have extrasensory powers, but they'll need some development.Rebels of the Red Planet
Charles Louis Fontenay
The meeting of our minds takes place on the plane of the "extrasensory."The Brain
Extrasensory perception can't replace sight, any more than sight can replace hearing.Psichopath
Gordon Randall Garrett
You'll have to coin a new term, because the only one I know is extrasensory perception, and that's obviously ridiculous.Accidental Flight
Floyd L. Wallace
It happens that extrasensory perception means as much to me as history does to you.The Edge of the Knife
Henry Beam Piper
- of or relating to extrasensory perception
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Word Origin and History for extrasensory
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Being outside the normal range or bounds of the senses.
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