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mental telepathy

noun
1.
Origin of mental telepathy
1970-1975
First recorded in 1970-75
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  • If not, then mental telepathy had a remarkable demonstration.

  • And Mr. Lincoln seemed to feel Medill's objections, as by mental telepathy.

    The Crisis, Complete Winston Churchill
  • She must have read my intentions by a kind of mental telepathy.

    The Celebrity, Complete Winston Churchill
  • She said something about mind-reading, mental telepathy and all that.

    The Crystal Ball Roy J. Snell
  • She invited the ladies and their satellites—by mental telepathy, I might say.

    The Alternative George Barr McCutcheon
  • mental telepathy and clairvoyance should be common at least to all lovers.

    The Journal of a Disappointed Man Wilhelm Nero Pilate Barbellion
  • I have known of things most wonderful to happen by the mental telepathy.

    The Statesmen Snowbound Robert Fitzgerald
  • Innumerable thoughts of a personal nature, having relation to mental telepathy, flashed through my brain.

    Titanic Filson Young
  • A sort of mental telepathy told him that the first warrior had been replaced by a stronger and more dominant one.

    The Great Sioux Trail Joseph Altsheler
  • By a mental telepathy which had always linked her life with his her soul had passed those prison bars.

    The Clansman Thomas Dixon

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