exorcist

[ ek-sawr-sist, -ser- ]SEE DEFINITION OF exorcist

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I have passed by a house in which an exorcist has been exercising his powers.

Then the exorcist said to the people round, "Take her away to bed, the Bouda has left her."

For she loved her exorcist; like a sick woman full of confidence, she loved her doctor.

The exorcist became a mesmerizer, possibly a deceived deceiver.

He whispered these words so low, that the exorcist could hardly hear them.

If I can find an exorcist, he will expel the evil spirit from me.

Would to God I were such an exorcist as could lay that ghost of you!

It may be added that many weak-minded persons feared the sorcerer more than they confided in the exorcist.

In the first place, most Christian communities owned an exorcist, or official caster-out of demons.

He says: It is not the prayer that cures, but the praying person; not the formula, but the spirit; not exorcism, but the exorcist.

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