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He was down on her 'cause she was a Spiritualist and believed in fortune tellers and such.

Later he was to become a Spiritualist and preside at table-tipping seances.

“You are the first spiritualist I ever talked to, Mrs. Walters,” he said amiably.

You may call me a Spiritualist, if you like, for I have no reverence for or aversion to names.

Spiritualist as he was, Descartes was not disposed to be the martyr of thought.

I have been sneered at as a "spiritualist," a "spook hunter," an "agnostic."

Ladies and gentlemen, I am not, strictly speaking, a spiritualist.

It may not help the spiritualist in the least degree positively.

Taking as my thesis, then, the question, Am I a Spiritualist?

He was no materialist or sensualist, but a spiritualist in the deepest sense.

WORD ORIGIN

1852, "one who believes in the ability of the living to communicate with the dead via a medium," from spiritual + -ist (also see spirit).

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