telepathic


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telepathic

the ability or perceived ability to communicate using the mind only. See telepathy.
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1) Everybody, without exception, has telepathic abilities because it is a natural mental faculty.
SEX APPEAL: Anna Paquin is telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse in True Blood: Series 4.
Lots of twins have a secret language with each other and that fitted in with our idea that the twins are telepathic.
The opening plunges us into a world in which a group of telepathic young people are being terrorised by the voice of Jack, who bears a striking similarity to Jack the Ripper.
6 CALLY (Jan Chappell) A telepathic guerrilla fighter for anti-Federation resistance forces on the planet Saurian Major.
We both came up with the same nicknames for ourselves: Telepathic Buddies.
In the TV show Paquin plays Sookie Stackhouse, a telepathic waitress who is in love with a 173-year-old vampire called Bill Compton, played by Moyer.
The medium is the maker; Browning, Freud, Derrida, and the new telepathic ecotechnologies.
Paquin plays sexy telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse in Six Feet Under creator Alan Ball's show, set in a Louisiana town where vampires live amongst humans.
Being blessed with telepathic powers, Sookie isn't exactly ordinary herself, so the pair hit it off straight away.
Yet even Regan and Ryan's parents do not know about their newly acquired telepathic ability which alerts them to danger and aided them in saving the alien city the first time it was threatened:
Susan Piggott said: "Joe had an almost telepathic rapport witS h horses and, along with his HGV licence, had a comprehensive knowledge of mechanics.