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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of exorcize.
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Urbain enters with Peter the Hermit, who exorcizes the phantoms by raising his cross before them, telling them to go back to the nothingness (le néant) from whence they came.
"Mommy exorcizes every morning," Chelsea piped up.
Page 283, Volume 3 loaves and fishes, exorcizes demons from men into swine, walks on water, is transfigured, rends the veil of the Temple, and appears after his death to his disci - ples.
On descending from the mountain, Jesus exorcizes the mute devil whom His disciples had not been able to expel.
He comes out, exorcizes the evil spirit and restores the king, and then begins preaching.
Oberst's views are often less-than nuanced when comes to politics-he's always seemed more interested in fomenting revolution than in sparking debate-but on "Roosevelt Room", it's hard to deny the passion and fury with which he exorcizes his convictions.
(I don't believe in "Try Disability On for a Day" sensitivity exorcizes and I don't favor disabling vengeance fantasies but if having to work with accommodations made the politicians have to think for themselves, well I'd be for it.)