clairaudiently

clairaudiently

(ˌklɛərˈɔːdɪəntlɪ)
adv
in a clairaudient manner
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Spirit as echo clowns around In punning repartee Since each word overhears itself Laid bare, clairaudiently. An orphic engine revs but floods Choked on its ardent weight.
Apollinax" being rewritten a year later to align more fully with the terms of that commitment, Eliot clairaudiently hears his past and future.
Then clairaudiently I heard a gentle voice which slowly began to sing 'For...I...can't...help...falling in love with you.' I felt as if there was an angelic presence besides me and Elvis Presley's words and song of love was a comfort to me."