from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having the power of second-sight.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Possessing the faculty of second sight; gifted with second sight. See second sight, under sight.
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- adj. foreseeing the future
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He recommended him as a person skilful in the arts of the harper and the senachie, and by no means contemptible in the quality of a second-sighted person or seer.
The MacGregors, somewhat discouraged by the appearance of a force much superior to their own, were cheered on to the attack by a Seer, or second-sighted person, who professed that he saw the shrouds of the dead wrapt around their principal opponents.
‘Is not his son Malcolm taishatr (a second-sighted person)?’ asked Evan.
I'm a Crome generator, one of those aberrant creatures the mortals call psychic, or second-sighted.
My uncle was horrified, and moved to a little house about a quarter of a mile into the country, where he lived with an old second-sighted servant,11 and a man-servant to look after the racehorse that was browsing in the neighbouring field, with a donkey to keep it company.
In spite of two Scots grandparents I'm in no way psychic or fey or second-sighted, as far as extra-sensory perception goes I've about the same degree of receptive sensitivity as a lump of old lead.
The first time Jack Campbell carries the Duchess into the Highlands, I am persuaded that some of his second-sighted subjects will see him in
The stranger's name was Theoclymenus, and he was a sooth-sayer and a second-sighted man.
So Theoclymenus spoke, and all the wooers laughed at the second-sighted man, for he stumbled about the hall as if it were in darkness.
So saying, the second-sighted man went out of the hall.