exorcize

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To rid a person, place or thing of an evil spirit
To drive out a supposed evil spirits from a person, place or thing, especially by an incantation or prayer
To exorcize an evil spirit or to exorcize a place or person means to force the spirit to leave the place or person by means of prayers and religious ceremonies. They came to our house and exorcised me
ex·or·cize exorcizes exorcizing exorcized in BRIT, also use exorcise1. If you exorcize a painful or unhappy memory, you succeed in removing it from your mind. He confronted his childhood trauma and tried to exorcise the pain
{f} expel an evil spirit, cast out a demon (also exorcise)
exorcise
To drive out an evil spirit from a person, place or thing, especially by an incantation or prayer
exorcise
to cast or drive out by religious or magical means
exorcise
{v} to cast out evil spirits, to adjure
exorcise
{f} expel an evil spirit, cast out a demon (also exorcize)
exorcise
To cast out, as a devil, evil spirits, etc
exorcise
expel through adjuration or prayers; "exorcise evil spirits
exorcise
To rid a person, place or thing of an evil spirit
exorcise
expel through adjuration or prayers; "exorcise evil spirits"
exorcise
by conjuration or summoning by a holy name, or by certain ceremonies; to expel (a demon) or to conjure (a demon) to depart out of a person possessed by one
exorcise
To deliver or purify from the influence of an evil spirit or demon
exorcise
To drive out a supposed evil spirits from a person, place or thing, especially by an incantation or prayer
exorcize

    Расстановка переносов

    ex·or·cize

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    Этимология

    (transitive verb.) 1539. Middle English, from Middle French exorciser, from Late Latin exorcizare, from Greek exorkizein, from ex- + horkizein to bind by oath, adjure, from horkos oath.

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    exorcizing, exorcized

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