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Definition of "exorcist" []

  • A person, especially a priest, who practices exorcism. (noun)

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Use "exorcist" in a sentence
  • "From where she sat, Melissa could now see that a Christian in priest's robes, whom they called the exorcist, spoke various invocations over the sick man, the others listening so attentively that even she began to hope for some good effect from these incomprehensible formulas; and at the same time she remembered that her old slave-woman Dido, who worshiped many gods, wore round her neck, besides a variety of heathen amulets,"
  • "- Source: Haunted hospital calls in exorcist, The Sun (UK), Jan. 30, 2009 — Summarized by Religion News Blog"
  • "From where she sat, Melissa could now see that a Christian in priest's robes, whom they called the exorcist, spoke various invocations over the sick man, the others listening so attentively that even she began to hope for some good effect from these incomprehensible formulas; and at the same time she remembered that her old slave-woman Dido, who worshiped many gods, wore round her neck, besides a variety of heathen amulets, a little cross which had been given her by a Christian woman."