Definition of thought-read in US English:

thought-read

verb

Parapsychology
  • with object (A) To interpret or perceive the thoughts of (a person) independently of ordinary means of expression or communication. (b) To interpret, perceive, or anticipate the contents of (a person's thoughts, a text) in this way.

Origin

Late 19th century (in an earlier sense). From thought + read, after thought-reading, thought-reader.

Pronunciation

thought-read

/ˈθɔːtriːd/