Eidetic

Part of speech: Adjective
Origin: Greek, 1920s

  1. Relating to or denoting mental images having unusual vividness and detail, as if actually visible.

Examples of Eidetic in a sentence

“The witness recalled the things she’d seen with eidetic clarity as she told her story with those crisp images.”

“Thanks to his eidetic memory, Terry never forgets which section of the parking lot where he’s left his car.”

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