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clairvoyance (s) (noun), clairvoyances (pl)
1. The supposed ability to view, or to look at, something that is normally over and above the possibilities of human awareness: Joseph claimed to have clairvoyance which consisted of acute perceptions and intuitive insights for people in their present existence and for the future.
2. Etymology: from French clairvoyant, "clear-sighted"; from voyant, present participle of voir, "see".
Having special perceptions.
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Perceptions or intuitive insights that are easily and quickly recognized and presented. (1)