a person with precognitive abilities; cf. earlier precog v.
He kept on talking to the Norm-class officials grouped around the two Precogs.
The precogs must see quite far into the future.
We had no transport ourselves, and when one of the men, a limited Pre-cog, sensed a car coming in a few minutes we put him beside the road knowing that that way he would have medical attention quickly.
I can’t keep in mind at all times which inertials are following what teep or precog.
I'll bear down heavily on the scientific corroboration of authentic foresights…the use of computers to correlate details and estimate reliability of data, the fact that sometimes three and four pre-cogs come up with the same incident, seen from different angles.
I'll grant you that she’s not your normal seventeen year old kid. But she’s a pre-cog!
The psychics, the palm readers, the astrologers, the precogs and all the various and assorted occultniks that afflict our society.
Psylocke—the precog martial artist twin sister of Captain Britain, who had recently been introduced to the X-books—was on hand to temporarily take down Sabretooth.
P. K. Dick 'A World of Talent'
Earliest cite in OED2: 1973; updated to 1954 in OED3.
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