having or claiming to have the power to hear sounds said to exist beyond the reach of ordinary experience or capacity, as the voices of the dead: I wonder if you might know of a clairaudient medium who would be willing to contact their spirit friends on my behalf.
relating to, or heard or received by, such a power: It was only for this one business deal that the clairaudient voice came to me, advising me.
a clairaudient person: One clairaudient, when her mother fell ill, heard the words "Wednesday the 15th”—which turned out to be the date of her mother’s passing.
- clair·au·di·ent·ly, adverb
- Compare clairvoyant.
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How to use clairaudient in a sentence
He had visions of scenes that he was impelled to paint and he suffered from clairaudient hallucinations.Possessed | Cleveland Moffett
This is not correct, it all depends if one is clairvoyant or clairaudient.The Banshee | Elliot O'Donnell
You will be entertaining your sitter by twitching and jerking and making clairvoyant and clairaudient guesses for him.Hours with the Ghosts or, Nineteenth Century Witchcraft | Henry Ridgely Evans
I wandered, I recall, into the realm of the clairvoyant and the clairaudient.Sight Unseen | Mary Roberts Rinehart
In this way the "medium" became clairvoyant, clairaudient, telekinetic.The Tyranny of the Dark | Hamlin Garland