Definition of Clairvoyantly

1. Adverb. In a clairvoyant way; by means of clairvoyance. ¹



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Definition of Clairvoyantly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clairvoyantly

clairaudience
clairaudiences
clairaudient
clairaudiently
claircognizance
clairgustance
clairin
clairite
clairon
clairsentience
clairsentient
clairty
clairvoyance
clairvoyances
clairvoyant
clairvoyantly (current term)
clairvoyants
clam
clam bake
clam chowder
clam chowders
clam dip
clam shack
clam shacks
clam shrimp
clam shrimps
clam up
clam worm
clam worms
clamancy

Literary usage of Clairvoyantly

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1. Angel Voices from the Spirit World: Glory to God who Sends Them by James Lawrence (1874)
"DEPARTURE OF THE SPIRIT AS SEEN clairvoyantly. CAN you describe the exit of the spirit from the human form at death, as it is so-called? ..."

2. Mystic Hours: Or, Spiritual Experiences by George A. Redman (1859)
"The mind that could have clairvoyantly read, " Blessed are the pure in heart," ... The mind that could clairvoyantly have noted from the letter the order of ..."

3. The Proofs of Spirit Forces by George Henslow (1920)
"A 'Snap-shot' photo of a little ne- gress seen clairvoyantly by Dr. Hooper . 166 No. 13.—Portrait of the writer's wife, who passed over in 1875, ..."

4. Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research by Society for Psychical Research, Edmund Gurney (1894)
"that in all cases there is an agent, who is himself telepathically or clairvoyantly affected, and that the appearance of this agent, A, to the percipients, ..."

5. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research by American Society for Psychical Research (1908)
"My first task was to ascertain from her own mouth the origin of her power to diagnose disease clairvoyantly. The following were her statements : Her brother ..."

6. Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic William Henry Myers (1903)
"Can an incident be said to be seen clairvoyantly if it is seen some hours after it ... Ought we to say that a scene is clairvoyantly visited, or that it is ..."

7. Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic William Henry Myers, Leopold Hamilton Myers (1907)
"Can an incident be said to be seen clairvoyantly if it is seen some hours after ... Ought we to say that a scene is clairvoyantly visited, or that it is ..."

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