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exorcize in Occult topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexorcizeex‧or‧cize (also exorcise British English) /ˈeksɔːsaɪz $ -ɔːr-/ verb [transitive] 🔊 🔊 1 ROto force evil spirits to leave a place by using special words and ceremonies2 to make yourself forget a bad memory or experience 🔊 trying to exorcise the past→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
exorcizeI said, if it wasn't true, then the devils would be exorcized.Uncle Ted had done absolutely nothing since the day Dad exorcized him as he sat with a record-player in his lap.I don't know how to exorcize it.One way of exorcizing such fear and longing is to submit to the ghastly ritual of plastic surgery.Perhaps religions have been invented to try to exorcize that condition.