- communication between minds by some means other than sensory perception.
Origin of telepathy
Also called mental telepathy.
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Examples from the Web for telepathically
Cats were all right once you got in touch with them telepathically.
He was telepathically alive to a range of millions of miles.
I'll direct you telepathically when you reach Icaria, if we aren't already there.
But I've already contacted Cheng telepathically and told him to move in.
Miss Metford's information was telepathically conveyed to my sister.The Crack of Doom
C19: from tele- + Greek patheia feeling, perception: see -pathy
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Word Origin and History for telepathically
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- Communication by means other than through the normal senses.
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