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psychic

adjective  /ˈsɑɪ·kɪk/ us  
having to do with the mind and the emotions rather than with the body: Regular exercise has psychic as well as physical benefits. If a person, experience, or event is said to be psychic, the person’s abilities or the nature of the experience or event cannot be explained by modern science: psychic phenomena

psychic

noun [C]  /ˈsɑɪ·kɪk/ us  
a person believed to have abilities, esp. involving a knowledge of the future, that cannot be explained by modern science
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