Examples of exorcise in a Sentence
The movie is about a priest who tries to exorcise demons from a young girl.
please exorcise that offensive word from your vocabulary
Recent Examples of exorcise from the Web
Eventually, this task brings them into close quarters with a ghost whom the sisters decide to exorcise with a séance.
The practical lesson of Ms. Kidd’s novel is that a person who wants to exorcise a mansion of its secrets would be wise to leave her own ghosts at home.
One way to exorcise this frustration is going out and voting for Putin.
After the minor rite, Maginot said Bishop Melczek gave him permission to exorcise Ammons.
Then again, everything happens, as Hickey tries to exorcise damage.
The court said that Asumal Harpalani, known to his followers as Asaram Bapu, raped a 16-year-old girl at an ashram in Jodhpur in 2013 on the pretext of exorcising her evil spirits.
But Maclellan could not advance to the championships without exorcising the misfortune that eliminated him last year.
The Vikings will try to change their fortunes, and even though the team is so different, a win could exorcise some demons for the franchise after that gut-wrenching loss to the Saints.
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cashier, cast (off), chuck, discard, ditch, dump, fling (off or away), jettison, junk, lay by, lose, pitch, reject, scrap, shed, shuck (off), slough (off) also sluff (off) , throw away, throw out, toss, unload;
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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