Definition of Clairvoyants

1. Noun. (plural of clairvoyant) ¹



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Definition of Clairvoyants

1. clairvoyant [n] - See also: clairvoyant

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clairvoyants

clairaudiences
clairaudient
clairaudiently
claircognizance
clairgustance
clairin
clairite
clairon
clairsentience
clairsentient
clairty
clairvoyance
clairvoyances
clairvoyant
clairvoyantly
clairvoyants (current term)
clam
clam bake
clam chowder
clam chowders
clam dip
clam shack
clam shacks
clam shrimp
clam shrimps
clam up
clam worm
clam worms
clamancy
clamant

Literary usage of Clairvoyants

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1. The Women of New York; Or, The Under-world of the Great City: Illustrating by George Ellington (1869)
"FEMALE clairvoyants. number of female clairvoyants in New York ... The clairvoyants, on the contrary, are higher up in the scale of female frauds. ..."

2. The Secrets of the Great City: A Work Descriptive of the Virtues and the by James Dabney McCabe (1868)
"The clairvoyants do not hesitate to confess to their friends, in a confidential way, ... Many of these fortune-tellers and clairvoyants are simply ..."

3. New York Dissector: Quarterly Journal of Medicine, Surgery, Magnetism (1848)
"Besides the common clairvoyants who literally see things as they appear to them ... Some few clairvoyants recoller! in their natural state, very distinctly, ..."

4. The Law of Psychic Phenomena: A Working Hypothesis for the Systematic Study by Thomson Jay Hudson (1908)
"Its Offer to clairvoyants. — Failure to earn Reward. — Harmonious Conditions required by Spiritists. — The Seybert Commission. — Trance-Speaking Mediums. ..."

5. Vital magnetic cure: An Exposition of Vital Magnetism and Its Application to by Magnetic physician (1890)
"Some clairvoyants are apparently born with the faculty, or at least its exercise commences at such an early period in life, as to lead to the inference that ..."

6. Life and Society in America by Samuel Phillips Day (1880)
"ASTROLOGERS AND clairvoyants. "I THINK you will find it true," writes Oliver Wendell Holmes, " that before any vice can fasten on a man, body, mind, ..."

7. Darkness and Daylight; Or, Lights and Shadows of New York Life: A Woman's by Thomas Wallace Knox, Thomas F. Byrnes (1892)
"... —How Cigar Stumps are Made Over into Fragrant Havanas — Free-Lunchers and Floaters — Fortune- Tellers and clairvoyants — Transparent Stratagems. ..."

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