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precognition (pree" kahg NISH uhn) (s) (noun), precognitions (pl)
1. Of the nature of, or giving, foreknowledge: In her dream, Rebecca had a precognition that her brother was going to visit her the next day, and sure enough, he did!
2. The extrasensory perception of a future event: It is said that some twins have a feeling of precognition for each other, knowing what the other one needs, or wishes for, or when he or she is in trouble.
Supposedly a perception of something happening before it occurs.
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