adverb see clairvoyant I

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  • clairvoyantly — adverb In a clairvoyant way; by means of clairvoyance …   Wiktionary

  • clairvoyantly — adv. in a clairvoyant manner, through extrasensory perception …   English contemporary dictionary

  • clairvoyantly — clair·voy·ant·ly …   English syllables

  • clairvoyantly — adverb see clairvoyant I * * * clairvoyˈantly adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑clairvoyance …   Useful english dictionary

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  • clairvoyant — I. adjective Etymology: French, from clair clear (from Latin clarus) + voyant, present participle of voir to see, from Latin vidēre more at wit Date: 1844 1. having clairvoyance ; able to see beyond the range of ordinary perception < claims to be …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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