- a student of or believer in telepathy.
- a person having telepathic power.
Also tel·e·path [tel-uh-path] /ˈtɛl əˌpæθ/.
Origin of telepathist
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Examples from the Web for telepathist
He was a good amateur medium and telepathist, and had a considerable first-hand knowledge of the next world.Crome Yellow
It was as the latter had said—the famous healer and telepathist was to start a series of classes for women.She Buildeth Her House
It follows that a telepathist at any following seance with the recipient can reach the content of that message.
I ain't no telepathist, hon. You never yeeped one little word since I left.North of Fifty-Three
Bertrand W. Sinclair
Such, I fancied, was the explanation of the phenomena which a telepathist would give.That Affair at Elizabeth
Burton E. Stevenson