to communicate (something) by telepathy; (also) to communicate with (a person) by telepathy
Well-known men of science were in some cases the only persons cognisant of the thoughts to be transferred (or should we say ‘telepathed’?).
Suppose you telepathed her to call you on the phone.
After they had conversed in this manner for some ten minutes, the one who had first spoken to me, or I should say, thought to me, ‘telepathed’ to me as I may term it: ‘Come with us to the great Samozar; he would like to see you.’
Joe Skidmore telepathed one of my pet ideas in his ‘Souls Apace’ story. Apparently the minds of Science Afflictionists, as one correspondent would have it, run alike.
‘I know that you would like to learn things about myself,’ I telepathed…. Reading his mind I could see that he had not received the thought, so I probed even deeper and again flashed the same thought. This time he did receive it, and there was an answering light in his eyes.
Mar Kann has already telepathed me information…that you Hoomen come here seeking the secret of immortality.
I am a 2nd Class Esper. I can telepath normal applicants rapidly and efficiently, but I cannot handle other Espers with the same speed and economy.
But she telepathed angrily out of the night, / Then to hell with the keeper of the Asteroid Light.
At first, the passing touch of a nudie had jarred him; but presently he telepathed one to stay for a while, and obediently it floated around him, brushing against him as his mood drew it.
‘Positive,’ he telepathed.
The white one leads the way, but why is it that they do not use telekinesis if they can telepath and teleport?
Immediately she telepathed Amélia over the fiber-figmental chimecopteric connection she had left on all evening.
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In the compilation of some entries, HDSF has drawn extensively on corresponding entries in OED.