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telesthesia

tel·es·the·si·a (tel·aes·the·si·a)

telesthesia (telaesthesia)

pronunciation:
te ls thi zh [or] te ls thi zi
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part of speech: noun
definition: the extrasensory perception of objects or events that occur outside the recognized range of the organs of sense perception.
derivation: telesthetic (adj.)
Word Parts
The word telesthesia contains the following parts:
esthes, aesthes, esthet, aesthet Greek root that means feeling, sensation, sense perception