Meaning of clairaudient in English:


adjective & noun

See clairaudience

‘And although most experienced clairaudients can keep up with the pace, sometimes the thoughts of the spirits come in so quickly that the clairaudient can miss part of the message.’
  • ‘Through his well-developed clairvoyant and clairaudient abilities, Gurudeva sometimes saw and communicated with inner-world beings.’
  • ‘Upon receiving clairaudient transmissions from the angels, Victoria would go frequently to the Native American sacred ground of Lake Bonneville.’
  • ‘Gifted by the grace of God, I am a natural born psychic with clairvoyant, clairsentient and clairaudient gifts.’
  • ‘I went to a regular meeting of spiritually minded people, some of them were clairvoyant (could see spirits), some clairaudient (could hear spirits) and others were clairsensient (could feel spirits' presence).’