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te·lep·a·thy

 (tə-lĕp′ə-thē)
n.
The supposed process of communicating through means other than the senses, as by the direct exchange of thoughts.

tel′e·path′ic (tĕl′ə-păth′ĭk) adj.
tel′e·path′i·cal·ly adv.
te·lep′a·thist n.
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Translations
تَخاطُرِيّاً
telepaticky
telepatikus úton
meî hugsanaflutningi
telepaticky
telepatik olarak

telepathically

[ˌtelɪˈpæθɪklɪ] ADVtelepáticamente, por telepatía
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telepathically

[ˌtɛliˈpæθɪkəli] advpar télépathie
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telepathically

advtelepathisch
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telepathy

(təˈlepəθi) noun
the communication of ideas, thoughts etc directly from one person's mind to another person's mind without the use of hearing, sight etc. He knew just what I was thinking – it must have been telepathy.
telepathic (teliˈpӕθik) adjective
teleˈpathically adverb
teˈlepathist noun
a person who studies or practises telepathy.
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References in classic literature ?
I think he sensed telepathically the recent presence of an enemy, for I had made no effort to impart to him the nature of our quest or the status of those we tracked.
One of the beings gestures towards Hugo and telepathically issues a command.
What she did was to telepathically transmit the feeling of pain to her husband.
A spokesman said the leak was "urgently dealt with", while illusionist Uri Geller - who last week vowed to stop Brexit "telepathically" - tweeted: "I bent the pipes, and I won't apologise, you all deserve it!"
Nobody believes her when she says that aliens that call themselves the Numen saved her life, and that they still routinely communicate telepathically with her.
In a bizarre twist, illusionist Uri Geller has vowed to "telepathically stop Brexit" in an open letter penned to May.
Uri wrote an open letter to Theresa teling her that he was going to "stop you telepathically from doing this."
In an open letter to the Prime Minister, the Israeli-British TV personality, 72, vowed to stop the Brexit process "telepathically".
The suspect claimed "he had spoken to the reporting person several times, telepathically, and that he had traveled from Colorado to Los Angeles to meet the individual," which was Portman.
Whilst Atlantis, The Palm can't teach guests to communicate telepathically to fish like Aquaman can, they can help budding ichthyologists get well acquainted with various species.
The court heard Kelly later told police a 'voice in his head' told him to do it 'telepathically.' He admitted administering a noxious substance and was sentenced to six months jail, suspended for a year.