telekinesis[tel′ə ki nē′sis]
telekinesis definition by Webster's New World
Parapsychology the act or process of causing an object to move by means of psychic forces, as directed by a spiritualistic medium, and not by means of any physical force
Origin: Modern Latin ; from tele-, tele- plush Classical Greek kinēsis, motion ; from kinein, to move: see cite
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- telekinetic adjective
telekinesis definition by American Heritage Dictionary
The movement of objects by scientifically inexplicable means, as by the exercise of an occult power.
- telˌe·ki·netˈic adjective
- telˌe·ki·netˈi·cal·ly adverb