noun spook·ism \-ˌkizəm\

Definition of spookism



  1. :  belief in or the practice of communicating with spooks or spirits; especially :  spiritualism dabbler in wireless and spookism has a specially equipped set which collects the voices of the dead — Sydney (Australia) Bulletin

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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