Knowledge of something in advance of its occurrence, especially by extrasensory perception; clairvoyance.(noun)
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Use "precognition" in a sentence
"* The precognition is the record of the preliminary evidence on which the public officers charged in Scotland with duties entrusted to a grand jury in England, incur the responsibility of sending an accused person to trial."
"For precognition, that is not the case whether a study subject gets the right answer 100% of the time or the wrong answer 100% of the time, the result is the same: a significant deviation from random chance in response to a future-stimulus."
"JB, that kind of precognition you're talking about seems to happen all the time."