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clair·voy·ant

 (klâr-voi′ənt)
adj.
1. Of or relating to clairvoyance.
2. Having the supposed power to see objects or events that cannot be perceived by the senses.
n.
A person, such as a medium, possessing the supposed power of clairvoyance.

[French : clair, clear (from Latin clārus; see kelə- in Indo-European roots) + voyant, present participle of voir, to see (from Latin vidēre; see weid- in Indo-European roots).]

clairvoyant

(klɛəˈvɔɪənt)
adj
1. (Psychology) of, possessing, or relating to clairvoyance
2. having great insight or second sight
n
a person claiming to have the power to foretell future events
clairˈvoyantly adv

clair•voy•ant

(klɛərˈvɔɪ ənt)

adj.
1. having or claiming to have clairvoyance.
2. of, by, or pertaining to clairvoyance.
n.
3. a clairvoyant person.
[1665–75; < French =clair clear + voyant seeing, present participle of voir to see < Latin vidēre]
clair•voy′ant•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.clairvoyant - someone who has the power of clairvoyanceclairvoyant - someone who has the power of clairvoyance
psychic - a person apparently sensitive to things beyond the natural range of perception
Adj.1.clairvoyant - perceiving things beyond the natural range of the senses
extrasensory, paranormal - seemingly outside normal sensory channels
2.clairvoyant - foreseeing the future
prophetic, prophetical - foretelling events as if by supernatural intervention; "prophetic writings"; "prophetic powers"; "words that proved prophetic"

clairvoyant

adjective
1. psychic, visionary, prophetic, prescient, telepathic, fey, second-sighted, extrasensory, oracular, sibylline a fortune-teller who claims to have clairvoyant powers
noun
1. psychic, diviner, prophet, visionary, oracle, seer, augur, fortune-teller, soothsayer, sibyl, prophetess, telepath You don't need to be a clairvoyant to see how this is going to turn out.
Quotations
"clairvoyant: a person, commonly a woman, who has the power of seeing that which is invisible to her patron - namely, that he is a blockhead" [Ambrose Bierce The Devil's Dictionary]
Translations
ذو قُدْرَةٍ على اسْتِشْفاف الأشْياء
jasnovidecjasnovidnýjasnozřivýjasnovidecký
synsk
ennustajaselvänäkijä
látnoki
skyggn maîur
jasnovidecký
klärvoajantsynsk
gözle görünmeyenleri gören kimse

clairvoyant

clairvoyante [klɛəˈvɔɪənt]
A. ADJclarividente, vidente
B. Nclarividente mf, vidente mf

clairvoyant

[ˌklɛərˈvɔɪənt] nvoyant(e) m/f, extra-lucide mf

clairvoyant

nHellseher(in) m(f)
adjhellseherisch; I’m not clairvoyantich bin (doch) kein Hellseher!

clairvoyant

[klɛəˈvɔɪənt] adj & nchiaroveggente ((m/f))

clairˈvoyance

(kleəˈvoiəns) noun
the power of seeing things not able to be perceived by the normal senses (eg details about life after death).
clairˈvoyant noun, adjective
References in classic literature ?
She also was measuring possibilities and clairvoyantly sensing what was going on in her husband's mind.
Parents no longer need to clairvoyantly plan their entire summer schedule.
Often we were talking about a particular issue coming before the department at our next meeting and Leeds would tick off the votes, explaining almost clairvoyantly who would be for and who against, and why.
That same year, the legend continues, the two monks visited Qingliang shan, and clairvoyantly perceived that the mountain was the dwelling place of the bodhisattva Manjusri and contained a stupa of the Indian king Asoka (r.
Some of the early works are wholly successful and clairvoyantly reveal Merrill's mature voice, poems such as "River Poem," a humble eighteen-line narrative about the poet and a friend watching an old man watch the rowers.
Eventually to become a tenet of modernist aesthetics, that relativity is exhibited in Faulkner's text in those spatial problems of point of view revealed, in what has become a standard topos of criticism of this novel, when Darl, clairvoyantly, "represents" what he cannot see or know.
They tend to confirm what I have in mind as to what is underlying the issue that I have picked up clairvoyantly.
3), I was sure he was speaking clairvoyantly of our country today: "In individuals, insanity is rare, but in groups, parties, nations, and epochs, it is the rule.
Well maybe sometimes, but the existence of clairvoyance, and the fact that with present knowledge we cannot put any limits on what is accessible clairvoyantly, must make us think that perhaps the feeling of unity with the rest of life or the world has some reality to it, rather than being nothing but brain malfunctioning.
I don't use book definitions of the meaning of the cards, I read them clairvoyantly.