psionic

adj.

1952, from psi + ending from electronic, etc.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Examples from the Web for psionic

Historical Examples of psionic

  • This Paul Wendell is a—well, he called himself a psionic mathematician.

    Suite Mentale

    Gordon Randall Garrett

  • There is also reason to believe that psionic talent tends to run in families.

    The Big Fix

    George Oliver Smith

  • They simply resonated strongly to the psionic attack on the city.

    Deathworld

    Harry Harrison

  • "I have never heard of a psionic manifestation on that order," he said.

    Occasion for Disaster

    Gordon Randall Garrett

  • Of course, Burris thought the stone wall was his psionic theory.

    Occasion for Disaster

    Gordon Randall Garrett