Similar words: exorcism, exorcise, flexor, inexorable, inexorably, exorbitant, exorbitantly, forcibly. Meaning: ['eksɔrsɪst /eksɔːs-] n. 1. one of the minor orders in the unreformed Western Church but now suppressed in the Roman Catholic Church 2. someone who practices exorcism.
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1 An exorcist was called in to get rid of the ghost.
2 They need an exorcist to figure out what in the devil possessed them to return to their worst form from last season.
3 And he admitted he was shocked that an exorcist was brought in.
4 She has now called in an exorcist from Beverly Hills to get rid of her celebrity ghosts.
5 Exorcist people as you, with your proud slingshot and sorcery to eliminate in the courtyard of the ghosts.
6 Here we see Linda Blair of Exorcist fame wearing extremely large shoulder pads, followed by a scene of some guy doing a lot of yelling for no apparent reason.
7 Use the Oculus of the Exorcist,(www.Sentencedict.com) talk to Tom Hegger and kill him.
8 A Kent librarian wants an exorcist called in to sort out a haunted lavatory.
9 The demon that possessed Linda Blair in "The Exorcist" is probably pop culture's most famous and most talented, with levitation capability, rotating head and amazing, life-like spewing action!
10 'She's a professional and powerful exorcist, she knows what she's doing! '
11 And as the Vatican's chief exorcist, it's his job to expel the devil when someone is possessed.
12 I had to go all exorcist to get her to even pick up the phone.
13 Gabriele Amorth, the Vatican's chief exorcist, says yoga leads to a belief in Hinduism, and "all eastern religions are based on a false belief in reincarnation, " the Telegraph quotes him as saying.
14 Jesus is not an exorcist in the Gospel of John as he is in the other three Gospels.
15 If the Exorcist have not a care, he will slay both and his fellows.
16 My mate calls his mother-in-law The Exorcist. Every Christmas she comes round and sees off the spirits.
17 Use the Oculus of the Exorcist, talk to Guard Mitchells and kill him.
18 Unlike everybody else, however, the hard man did not look up the neighbourhood exorcist in Thompson's Local Directory.
19 In his interview with La Repubblica newspaper Father Amorth, on who the Devil fighting priest in hit horror movie The Exorcist is based, said: 'His Holiness fully believes in casting out evil.
20 He can carry and re-carry men very speedily from one Kingdom to another, at the Will and Pleasure of the Exorcist .
21 It has emerged that Lazio have taken an unusual measure to try and ease their injury woes and enlisted the services of an exorcist!
22 His Office is to discover the Virtues of Birds and Precious Stones, and to make the Similitude of all kinds of Birds to fly before the Exorcist , singing and drinking as natural Birds do.
23 Child sex abuse scandals rocking the Catholic Church are evidence of the Devil's presence in the Vatican, the Pope's chief exorcist said yesterday.
24 "I got sick, and my friend ran to the bathroom after me to hold my hair back as I became the Exorcist," Marissa said.
25 Let me guess. I'll be awoken at three every morning by the theme song from 'The Exorcist.'
26 If commanded he will fetch Horses at the request of the Exorcist , or any other thing.
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