spiritualism

[ spir-i-choo-uh-liz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF spiritualism
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SPIRITUALISM

Moreover, when he was about thirty, he had busied himself with spiritualism.

She has a most amazing fund of common-sense and is "down" on Spiritualism to a degree.

I believe in dreams and presentiments and Spiritualism and all the rest of it now.

Science, as a rule, has avoided the subject of Spiritualism.

This is the oldest and still the most popular theory—the theory of spiritualism.

I am now wondering where you can buy hand-books on spiritualism.

It was plain that Harris and Miller considered me "on the high-road to spiritualism."

"Now you are getting into the upper air of spiritualism," exulted Fowler.

If there is any truth in spiritualism, he will manifest himself to her and you cannot prevent it.

There is no greater curse than poverty—I say this with due respect to our spiritualism.

WORD ORIGIN

1796, "advocacy of a spiritual view," from spiritual + -ism. Table-rapping sense is from 1853.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SPIRITUALISM

mysticism

nounoccultism
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