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ex·tra·sen·so·ry

(eks'tră-sen'sō'rē),
Outside or beyond the ordinary senses; not limited to the senses, as in extrasensory perception.

extrasensory

(ĕk′strə-sĕn′sə-rē)
adj.
Being outside the normal range or bounds of the senses.

ex·tra·sen·so·ry

(eks'tră-sen'sŏr-ē)
Outside or beyond the ordinary senses; not limited to the senses, as in extrasensory perception
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The instant nature of tweets allows thousands of people to take part in real time, making it perfect for an extra-sensory perception experiment.
I would go further and say that the preoccupation with experimental evidence for psi has not produced significant scientific progress beyond the state reached in 1940 with the literature review and early meta-analyses in the book Extra-Sensory Perception after Sixty Years (Pratt, Rhine, Smith, Stuart, & Greenwood, 1940).
Then he considers the traditional order of the senses from antiquity to the early modern era, the transition from the world of senses to the world of reason in the 18th and 19th centuries, and the 20th-century rediscovery of the five traditional senses and exploration of extra-sensory perception. A final chapter speculates on cyberspace and the future of the senses.
Maybe St Mirren's mascot has extra-sensory perception but he must know something no one else does.
Beaumont is one of the `old school', with traditional values, an eye for the `old-fashioned' jumper and the extra-sensory perception of a stockman to allow inmates all the time they need.
for her extra-sensory perception. She only wants to enjoy a "normal" summer working as a camp counselor--oh, and to win the affections of Rob, a guy who takes her for granted.
The project team says anything more than 25 per cent correct on the part of the receiver will indicate a degree of extra-sensory perception.
These range from analysis of hair samples for trace metal imbalances, measuring the brain's electrical response to the electrical charge of foods, and even the use of extra-sensory perception to make a diagnosis.
We all use ESP (extra-sensory perception), when we experience 'gut feelings' about certain people, places or events.
(1934) Extra-sensory perception. Boston: Bruce Humphries
It exposed as subterfuge the notion that the very best poker players have some extra-sensory perception beyond the range of mere mortals like you and I.