Antonym: physical. Similar words: psychiatrist, psyche, psychology, psychologist, psychological, chicken, only child, by chance. Meaning: ['saɪkɪk] n. a person apparently sensitive to things beyond the natural range of perception. adj. 1. affecting or influenced by the human mind 2. outside the sphere of physical science.
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1. Trevor helped police by using his psychic powers.
2. I believe everyone is innately psychic.
3. He declared his total disbelief in psychic phenomena.
4. Some people are said to have psychic powers.
5. How am I supposed to know-I'm not psychic!
6. She claims to be psychic and to be able to foretell the future.
7. Do you believe in the paranormal and other psychic phenomena?
8. She was a psychic who was later revealed to be a fraud.
9. You don't have to be psychic to know what Maggie is thinking.
10. She claims to be psychic and helps people to contact the dead.
11. Psychic awareness ran in my blood.
12. The camaraderie was a psychic lifesaver.
13. External reality and psychic reality are thus inextricably intertwined.
14. She took her son to holistic and psychic healers.
15. Psychic imperialism is not my style.
16. Those psychic scars would never heal.
17. This is psychic electrolysis for the headstrong..
18. She claims to have psychic powers.
19. Psychic gifts,(Sentencedict.com) such as clairvoyance and telepathy.
20. To destroy his diseased psychic kin without a qualm?
21. Certainly, there are psychic phenomena.
22. A cave brings this psychic tunnel into physical reality.
23. What's what in the psychic world?
24. "Psychic Detective" is a CD-ROM computer game from Electronic Arts Studios.
25. Some psychic charlatan convinced her she was going to die in six months.
26. It is a form of reenactment of repressed memories, a kind of photo-theatre, or psychic realism.
27. The true self goes into hiding to avoid the psychic annihilation caused by expressing itself without being able to get a response.
28. Lorenz and Ardrey suggest, respectively, that aggression and territoriality form a deep-lying part of people's biological and psychic constitution.
29. It draws us towards other ignored aspects of existence usually called the psychic, esoteric or occult and suggests a possible connection.
30. But belief increases the likelihood of a predicted outcome: placebos against psychic ailments work astonishingly well.
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