But to resume: I have it here in Mr. Mungo Campbell's precognition that you ran immediately up the brae.
Malone wondered if, just maybe, his precognition had blown a fuse.
"I'm telling him the facts of life about precognition," Morgan told her.
"But I saw no harm in seeing what she is like with precognition," I said.
Would you consider a person fortunate to possess the power of precognition?
To mention two important types only—there were apparitions of the so-called dead, and there were cases of precognition.
Howsever, I suppose thats to be considered in the precognition!
The evidence for precognition, again, was from the first scantier, and has advanced at a slower rate.
It might be that there was such a thing as precognition in the form Morgan had described.
He next began his precognition of those connected with the house, and, on returning to town, procured access to Mrs. S——.
precognition pre·cog·ni·tion (prē'kŏg-nĭsh'ən)
Knowledge of something in advance of its occurrence, especially by extrasensory perception.