[ UK /ʃˌæmɐnˈɪstɪk/ ]
  1. of or relating to shamanism
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How To Use shamanistic In A Sentence

  • The shamanistic framework has now become a problem of the hyperreal.
  • Bronson's present production is an amalgam of shamanistic enterprise, healing sculpture, imagery, and spiritual-erotic massage-performance art that has been unofficially branded as the gay male recourse to living with the detonator of HIV still ticking in the mind despite the apparent if dubious constraint of the lentivirus in the absence of a certain cure. G. Roger Denson: MoMA and AA Bronson Present "Queer Cinema: Today and Yesterday"
  • If our amalgam of shamanistic Orphism, Enthusiasm, and Gnosticism can mask so successfully as Christianity, why cannot it as adroitly impersonate Buddhism and Hinduism? ‘The American Religion’
  • He draws attention to survivals of shamanistic cults from early modern times to the present.
  • And now, traces If shamanistic culture decrease little by little, shamanism became a surviving belief.
  • Illustrative of the assuasive powers of music, this story is one of several that allude to the strange potency attributed to the koto, an instrument anciently used in shamanistic seances.
  • The missing link between Burroughs and Ginsberg on the one hand and Dylan and Richards on the other, she was a working-class Catholic girl from New Jersey and a possessed gamine whose performances verged on the shamanistic.
  • Whereas most attempts sought eastward directions, Oodds proposes the alternative of Scythia and Thrace with their shamanistic traditions.
  • And, finally, they practised the local religions and accepted the local shamanistic beliefs, and did so with their characteristic intensity.
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