Meaning and usage of words

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Hello... Please I will need to know the meaning of this English word clairvoyant... And it's usage... Thanks and looking forward for responses

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Post by jgraney8 »

The word clairvoyant is a noun and means having a sense of the future like a psychic or fortune teller. It can be used as a synonym for those two words. It is somewhat more formal than psychic or fortune teller.
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