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psychically

[ sahy-kik-lee ]
/ ˈsaɪ kɪk li /
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adverb
in a way that relates to the human soul or mind, or to mental phenomena; psychologically: I refuse to be psychically and emotionally manipulated by Hollywood and its manufactured, clichéd movie characters.Any change in the environment influences us both physically and psychically.
in a way that relates to phenomena outside natural or scientific knowledge; spiritually: Neptune is imaginative and dreamy, so when it shows up in a conjunction with the Moon, it can make an individual psychically in tune with others.
by means of or in a way that relates to nonphysical or supernatural influences, forces, or powers: I'd love to be able to psychically find objects I misplace, or foresee negative events in my future to avoid.
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OTHER WORDS FROM psychically

non·psy·chi·cal·ly, adverbun·psy·chi·cal·ly, adverb
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