tight-beamed adj.

of a message: sent by means of a tight-beam n.


  • 1951 E. F. Russell Star Watchers in Startling Stories Nov. 45/1 page image Eric Frank Russell bibliography

    He send out a powerful, tight-beamed mind call far below the normal telepathic band. โ€˜Charles!โ€™

  • 1965 E. E. Smith Skylark DuQuesne in World of If Oct. 156/2 page image Edward E. Smith bibliography

    Shrugging his shoulders, he sent Stephanie de Marigny a tight-beamed thought.

  • 1994 S. Barnes Firedance (1995) 38

    He heard aโ€ฆwhisper in his ear, in some sort of tight-beamed message.

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