Definitions for clairaudienceklɛərˈɔ di əns
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
clair•au•di•enceklɛərˈɔ di əns(n.)
the power to hear sounds said to exist beyond the reach of ordinary experience or capacity, as the voices of the dead.
Category: Psychology, Pathology
Origin of clairaudience:
1860–65; clair (voyance ) +audience (in sense “hearing”)
The supposed power to perceive auditory stimuli beyond the realm of normal hearing.
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