- 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 telepathy
His suggestion: “a telepathy shield” that “would consist of a thin metal foil around the brain.”What Will Happen to Our Minds in the Future?
March 2, 2014
They report to me by telepathy whenever I send my thoughts their way.
Telepathy is the mode of communication with the cubes, and you rule them by your will.
But somehow the telepathy stuff didn't work at all according to propaganda.Mixed Faces
There are several theories to explain the action of telepathy.Telepathy
W. W. Baggally
That he had not found her there seemed to him conclusive proof that there was nothing in telepathy.Rim o' the World
B. M. Bower
C19: from tele- + Greek patheia feeling, perception: see -pathy
Word Origin and History for telepathy
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Communication by means other than through the normal senses.
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