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- tel·e·ki·net·ic [tel-i-ki-net-ik, -kahy-], /ˌtɛl ɪ kɪˈnɛt ɪk, -kaɪ-/, adjective
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How to use telekinesis in a sentence
Both of them get similar powers, like super strength, heightened hearing, telekinesis, and the ability to run at Flash-like speeds.Kerala’s small film industry—not Bollywood—created India’s first original superhero | Ananya Bhattacharya | January 12, 2022 | Quartz
It also means a smörgåsbord of dramatic magical effects, including telekinesis, fire, and thrown stone amid the vaguely medieval setting.Elden Ring shows off first gameplay footage, confirmed for Jan. 2022 | Kyle Orland | June 10, 2021 | Ars Technica
Skip Father John Misty, and See ... Without a doubt telekinesis, the Seattle-based indie-rock band with a drummer on lead vocals.
If the nails didn't convince the non-believer, perhaps the chilling voices and telekinesis will do the trick.
Beyond those simple things lay telepathy, telekinesis, empathy….Earthmen Bearing Gifts | Fredric Brown
He wrote me a couple times, and it seems that ever since that time he's been absolutely unable to do any telekinesis.The Draw | Jerome Bixby
Dark had been prepared to open this by telekinesis but, to his surprise, it was already open.Rebels of the Red Planet | Charles Louis Fontenay
Stigma powers seem to go beyond telepathy, clairvoyance and telekinesis—they extend in some hard to define way into the aesthetic.Modus Vivendi | Gordon Randall Garrett
For the effects of the force—the manifestations to the senses, the name telekinesis is accepted by the Society.The Unpopular Review Vol. I | Various
British Dictionary definitions for telekinesis
the movement of a body caused by thought or willpower without the application of a physical force
the ability to cause such movement
- telekinetic (ˌtɛlɪkɪˈnɛtɪk, -kaɪ-), adjective
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