Definition of the word: Seventh-Sense
Seventh-Sense - Of all the senses available to humans, only seven have ever been acknowledged. Since antiquity the first five; sight, smell, touch, taste and hearing, have all been well documented. In the past hundred years the sixth senseóretrocognition, the sense by which the unfolded events of the past are painfully clear in hindsightóhas been factually verified. The seventh sense still faces some criticism and is only purported by those holding doctorate degrees in pseudo-scientists and bullying, egomaniacal braggarts.
The seventh sense is an innate, immeasurable, unverifiable, unquantifiable and generally disregarded notion that one might have some sort of precognitive inkling as to the events that may unfold. Those not afforded the luxury of indulging their seventh sense often use the crystal clarity of their sixth sense to assert (after the fact) that their seventh sense had served them right all along (with numbers exactly rivaling those of the test groups.)
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See also: prophecy.