What is another word for ESP?

Pronunciation: [ˈɛsp] (IPA)

ESP, which stands for "Extra Sensory Perception," is a term used to describe psychic abilities beyond the five basic senses. There are several synonyms for this term, including extrasensory perception, sixth sense, intuition, premonition, telepathy, clairvoyance, and precognition. Each of these terms describes a different aspect of ESP, from the ability to see things beyond the physical realm to the ability to read someone's thoughts or predict the future. Despite the skepticism surrounding these abilities, many people believe in the existence of ESP and its potential to unlock new levels of understanding and knowledge about the world around us.

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  • Independent

    • Adjective
      POR.
    • Proper noun, singular
      CES, CRS, EPS, PSE, ENP, HPS.
    • Noun, singular or mass
      POR.
  • Other Related

    • Noun, plural
      pesetas.

What are the hypernyms for Esp?

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Usage examples for Esp

Here, ESP,"-to the grinning Slumberleigh policeman, whom Charles now recognized, "tell the lad to bring up the 'orse and trap over the grass.
"The Danvers Jewels, and Sir Charles Danvers"
Mary Cholmondeley
Roman tribes was divided; council chamber, ESP.
"Selections from Viri Romae"
Charles François L'Homond
The praetors often served in command of armies, ESP.
"Selections from Viri Romae"
Charles François L'Homond

Famous quotes with Esp

  • I converse with my dog through ESP.
    Taylor Caldwell
  • All you need is a hell of an aperceptive mass, an IQ of 150, and a dollop of ESP, and you can ignore the headlines, because you anticipated them months ago.
    George Goodman
  • In the realm of ESP, precognition, dreams, and related matters, there are few guideposts and little common sense applied. Most of the books written in the so-called "occult" or "spiritual" fields were worthless nonsense in my opinion -- as were treatises that debunked all subjective experiences as "unscientific."
    Susan M. Watkins
  • I have a form of ESP that allows me to consistently pick losing lottery numbers, and generally make poor life choices.
    Joey Comeau

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