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precognition

pre·cog·ni·tion / ˌprēkägˈnishən/ • n. foreknowledge of an event, esp. foreknowledge of a paranormal kind. DERIVATIVES: pre·cog·ni·tive / prēˈkägnətiv/ adj. (sense 1).

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Precognition

Precognition

Paranormal knowledge of impending events, also referred to as prediction, premonition, and prophecy.

See also retro-cognition .

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