clairaudiently

clairaudiently

(ˌklɛərˈɔːdɪəntlɪ)
adv
in a clairaudient manner
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Apollinax" being rewritten a year later to align more fully with the terms of that commitment, Eliot clairaudiently hears his past and future.
In Freud's terms, then, Eliot, the author, clairaudiently heard himself as the second person in this triple menage, the object of the joke in both cases.
Then clairaudiently I heard a gentle voice which slowly began to sing 'For.