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  • noun Plural form of seance.

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Examples

  • I'm not going to mention the good work this organisation does denouncing real quacks who sell bogus pills or who make people pay to participate in seances or healings, because really whatever good they do in that field is greatly overshadowed by their stupidity in denying the fact that something they cannot measure scientifically could indeed exist.

    The Organisation against Quackery

  • Hillary was quoted about having "seances" -- I think he didn't quite use that word -- with the ghost of Eleanor Roosevelt and all that.

    Showtime: The American Political Circus and the Race for the White House

  • Have you ever thought you had met your dead relative's spirit at these "seances"?

    The Lock and Key Library The most interesting stories of all nations: Real life

  • At the Cannes film festival, the screenings are officially known as "seances".

    The Guardian World News

  • Although I've never had the privilege of conversing with you in person, I think I've attended at least most of your "seances" and greedily grabbed your handouts for the folks at my paper.

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  • Although I've never had the privilege of conversing with you in person, I think I've attended at least most of your "seances" and greedily grabbed your handouts for the folks at my paper.

    Blog updates

  • Newsweek magazine, which was promoting the book, characterized the visits as "seances," a term that White House officials quickly tried to squelch.

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  • Newsweek magazine, which was promoting the book, characterized the visits as "seances," a term that White House officials quickly tried to squelch.

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  • Newsweek magazine, which was promoting the book, characterized the visits as "seances," a term that White House officials quickly tried to squelch.

    Newsvine - Get Smarter Here

  • Newsweek magazine, which was promoting the book, characterized the visits as "seances," a term that White House officials quickly tried to squelch.

    Bloodthirsty Liberal

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