The ability or art of divining information about people or events associated with an object solely by touching or being near to it.(noun)
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Use "psychometry" in a sentence
"Pedagogy, however, although it may profit by psychometry is not designed to measure the sensations, but educate the senses."
"With Sergeant Fernando Realyvasquez on the phone, Annette will use a technique called psychometry to visualize the missing man."
"_Fourthly_, the impression said to be left in or upon objects or houses, and the phenomena of "psychometry" seem to indicate the same thing."