Gingrich seemed to just stop fighting, beaten not only on points, but psychically.
Yet Couric's tar-and-feathering may have been psychically useful to her.
Remarque laments a generation where even the survivors are psychically mangled.
The masquerade that had affected her physically, had affected her psychically and in each instance profoundly.
We could rebuild the world for them to live in, rebuild it psychically as well as physically.
Any special command you wish to convey to another person, psychically, you will do well to practice before the mirror in this way.
She is happy, and this is all the painter required of her psychically.
Man is as unconditionally subject to the law of causality, psychically and physically, as the merest atom.
All that could be said was that neither materially nor psychically had the tension quite reached breaking-point.
I could not account for it without widening my whole conception of what was psychically possible.
1872, "of or pertaining to the human soul" (earlier psychical, 1640s), from Greek psykhikos "of the soul, spirit, or mind" (opposed to somatikos), also (New Testament) "concerned with the life only, animal, natural," from psykhe "soul, mind, life" (see psyche). Meaning "characterized by psychic gifts" first recorded 1871.
"a medium;" 1870; see psychic (adj.).
psychic psy·chic (sī'kĭk)
Of, relating to, affecting, or influenced by the human mind or psyche; mental.
Capable of extraordinary mental processes, such as extrasensory perception and mental telepathy.
Of or relating to such mental processes.