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The supposed power to hear things outside the range of normal perception.

clair·au′di·ent adj. & n.
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(Psychology) psychol the postulated ability to hear sounds beyond the range of normal hearing. Compare clairvoyance
[C19: from French clair clear + audience, after clairvoyance]
ˌclairˈaudient adj, n
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(klɛərˈɔ di əns)

the power to hear sounds said to exist beyond the reach of ordinary experience or capacity, as the voices of the dead.
[1860–65; clair (voyance) + audience (in sense “hearing”)]
clair•au′di•ent, n., adj.
clair•au′di•ent•ly, adv.
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A form of clairvoyance which in this case is hearing the future ahead of time.
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References in periodicals archive ?
B Clairaudients: Go to a place you don't know, like a castle.
If you said B, you are CLAIRAUDIENT - you hear information psychically, you must listen to your inner voice.