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telepathist

[tuh-lep-uh-thist]
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noun
  1. a student of or believer in telepathy.
  2. a person having telepathic power.
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Also tel·e·path [tel-uh-path] /ˈtɛl əˌpæθ/.

Origin of telepathist

First recorded in 1890–95; telepath(y) + -ist
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Examples from the Web for telepath

Historical Examples

  • Thorndyke was a telepath and Officer Gruenwald was perceptive.

    Highways in Hiding

    George Oliver Smith

  • Once you asked me to be your telepath, to complete your team.

    Highways in Hiding

    George Oliver Smith

  • Farrow made the sign of "T" and "M" and that told me that he was a telepath.

    Highways in Hiding

    George Oliver Smith

  • But we don't mind letting you know which of us is the telepath this time.

    Highways in Hiding

    George Oliver Smith

  • Only a telepath like the doctor could have followed my jumbled ideas.

    Highways in Hiding

    George Oliver Smith


British Dictionary definitions for telepath

telepath

noun
  1. a person who is telepathic
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verb (intr)
  1. to practise telepathy
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