[ US /ˈɛksɝsəst/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛksəsˌɪst/ ]
  1. someone who practices exorcism
  2. one of the minor orders in the unreformed Western Church but now suppressed in the Roman Catholic Church
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How To Use exorcist In A Sentence

  • She has now called in an exorcist from Beverly Hills to get rid of her celebrity ghosts.
  • They were dying to see the new horror film that everyone was talking about, The Exorcist.
  • The 1974 horror film is a Blaxploitation answer to "The Exorcist," in which an archaeologist's wife is transformed into a nymphomaniac when a Yoruba trickster god takes charge of her body. Mixing and Maximizing
  • She has now called in an exorcist from Beverly Hills to get rid of her celebrity ghosts.
  • This is the second year that the Vatican has offered a course for aspiring demonologists and exorcists.
  • She first encounters Rinne, an exorcist, when he comes into her classroom to encourage a giant ghost chihuahua to get back on the wheel of reincarnation. Rin-Ne Book 1 » Manga Worth Reading
  • Stephen Lewis speaks to the exorcist whose fight against the forces of darkness reaches the nation's TV screens tonight.
  • Above these on the left side stood the parish, the basic building-block of the secular Church, with its priest and attendants, the deacon, subdeacon, acolyte, exorcist, reader, and doorkeeper.
  • Exorcists were known to abstain periodically from food for reasons of vision causation, purgation, and divine encounter.
  • A tale of wandering, bickering exorcists who cleanse the secrets lurking in people's closets, the movie combines an ambitious sense of playful fantastical absurdism with an underlying heartbeat of melancholic mourning. Mark Kermode's DVD round-up
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