Definition of psychically in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsīkik(ə)lē/


See psychic

‘Such a view ignores the extent to which intellectuals and politicians feed psychically on one another's approval.’
  • ‘I was confronted with teachers I psychically sensed didn't believe what they were teaching.’
  • ‘Conflicting emotions were brought up in the process, and we used our counseling skills to work through these and find ways to transform them, both visually and psychically.’
  • ‘Really, for a few days after this weird dream, I was convinced that I had been to a real place, inhabited psychically by hundreds of people I knew.’
  • ‘Conceivably what had further disturbed the madness that had claimed two lives and permanently scarred several more, physically and psychically.’