It's not Dickens' finest work, but it may be one of his most clairvoyant.
Because the former commissioner at the center of the “newly re-burgeoning” IRS “scandal” is clearly a clairvoyant.
The “clairvoyant camel” has picked Argentina over Germany in the World Cup final.
Anyone who says he knows what effect this will have on the tax code is a clairvoyant.
It seemed as if Michel, in his own clairvoyant way, was already preparing to write Bush's memoirs.
Swedenborg, it will be remembered, also had a clairvoyant vision of a fire at a great distance.
We know that in his case Love's clairvoyant instinct had got its nightcap on.
Don't you believe she really is clairvoyant, and sees things in her crystal?
I am a clairvoyant and trance-medium, with materialization as a specialty.
The thought itself appears first to clairvoyant sight as a vibration in the mental body, and this may be either simple or complex.
1834 in the psychic sense; see clairvoyant (adj.). Earlier it was used in the sense "clear-sighted person" (1794). Fem. form was Clairvoyante.