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extrasensory (adj.)

also extra-sensory, "beyond or not involving the usual senses," 1934, coined as part of extra-sensory perception in J.B. Rhine's work, from extra- + sensory. Extrasensible (1874) was used earlier in reference to "that which is inaccessible to the senses."

updated on April 28, 2020

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Definitions of extrasensory from WordNet

extrasensory (adj.)
seemingly outside normal sensory channels;
Synonyms: paranormal
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