Examples of exorcise in a Sentence
The movie is about a priest who tries to exorcise demons from a young girl.
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In the past, Williams has often looked to be exorcising personal demons in the latter stages of major tournaments — the power in her strokes matched by the fire in her eyes.
The Selecao, meanwhile, have failed to exorcise the demons of 2014, falling short again in their attempts to reclaim their status as football's greatest with this latest loss.
But at least one lingering demon may have been exorcised.
Never has exorcising an ex's ghost looked so gleeful and oddly romantic.
Shugart exorcised his demons between innings and emerged from the dugout a new man.
Shugart exorcised his demons between innings and returned with an altered deamanor.
The win also exorcised the demons of the U.S.’s upset loss to Qatar eight years ago in the bid to host World Cup 2022.
Eventually, this task brings them into close quarters with a ghost whom the sisters decide to exorcise with a séance.
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dispose of, set aside;
EXORCISE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of exorcise for English Language Learners
: to force (an evil spirit) to leave
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