psychic meaning

[ 'saikik ] Pronunciation:   "psychic" in a sentence
Adjective: psychic  sIkik
  1. Affecting or influenced by the human mind
    "psychic energy"; "psychic trauma"
    - psychical 
  2. Outside the sphere of physical science
    "psychic phenomena"
    - psychical
Noun: psychic  sIkik
  1. A person apparently sensitive to things beyond the natural range of perception

Derived forms: psychics

See also: mental, paranormal, psyche, psychically

Type of: occultist

Encyclopedia: Psychic

also psy·chi·cal adj
1 : of or relating to the psyche : PSYCHOGENIC
2 : sensitive to nonphysical or supernatural forces and influences — psy·chi·cal·ly adv
n : a person apparently sensitive to nonphysical forces


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  1. it's slow and yet searing psychic force!
  2. if she had been at all psychic she must have felt something.
  3. the psychic pain is so great that many victims would rather have terminal cancer.
  4. in the love between adults it refers mainly to the psychic needs of the other person.
  5. this had eventually resulted in what the freudians are accustomed to describe as a psychic sex scar.

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