Exorcist Meaning in Hindi

Noun

  1. 1. ओझा (p. ojha )

Exorcist Definitions and Meaning in English

  1. 1. One of the minor orders in the unreformed Western Church but now suppressed in the Roman Catholic Church
Hypernyms

Exorcist Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "I don’t know whether to call a medical doctor or psychiatrist, she said to Bailey, but I refuse to call an exorcist."
- Dean Koontz, 77 Shadow Street

2. "You watched The Exorcist a lot when you were a kid, didn’t you? You’ve got the whole spooky ‘hail, Satan’ patter down cold."
- Richard Kadrey, The Getaway God

3. "When she wasn't leaking from one end, she was leaking from the other spewing white fluids from her mouth whenever she belched, as if she were auditioning for a remake of The Exorcist."
- Judith Arnold, Father Found

4. "Then she gave me a signed photograph of herself, in a swimming pool, in an affectionate embrace with a dolphin. She looked really happy in the picture – presumably dolphins don’t care about the bloody Exorcist."
- Mark Kermode, It's Only a Movie: Reel Life Adventures of a Film Obsessive

5. "14. Hateful Things: Someone has suddenly fallen ill and one summons the exorcist. Since he is not home, one has to send messages to look for him. After one has had a long fretful wait, the exorcist finally arrives, and with a sigh of relief one asks him to start his incantations. But perhaps he has been exorcising too many evil spirits recently; for hardly has he installed himself and begun praying when his voice becomes drowsy. Oh, how hateful!"
- Sei Shōnagon, The Pillow Book

6. "Does Chloe remind you of anyone?" One corner of his mouth lifted. "Linda Blair in The Exorcist?" Seth!" He laughed. "All right, then, maybe a little bit of a stretch. Who did you have in mind?" Me." His eyes widened. "Good God, I'd almost have Linda Blair."
- Karen Robards, Ghost Moon

7. "And, as an interesting sidebar, when you realize there’s no God, or devil, not only does belief become silly, but movies like The Exorcist and The Omen instantly turn into comedies. Well made, yet fundamentally comical. You don’t even need to get high to watch them that way. Linda Blair levitating over the bed, face scratched up, head spinning around and howling like a demon while Max von Sydow flings holy water at her, bellowing, THE POWER OF CHRIST COMPELS YOU!! Hilarious. E"
- Ian Gurvitz, WELCOME TO DUMBFUCKISTAN: The Dumbed-Down

8. "How one in the modern world views Jesus's miraculous actions is irrelevant. All that can be known is how the people of his time viewed them. And therein lies the historical evidence. For while debates raged within the early church over who Jesus was—a rabbi? the messiah? God incarnate?—there was never any debate, either among his followers or his detractors, about his role as an exorcist and miracle worker."
- Reza Aslan, Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth

9. "Jesus was surely not the first exorcist to walk the shores of the Sea of Galilee. In first-century Palestine, professional wonder worker was a vocation as well established as that of woodworker or mason, and far better paid. Galilee especially abounded with charismatic fantasts claiming to channel the divine for a nominal fee. Yet from the perspective of the Galileans, what set Jesus apart from his fellow exorcists and healers is that he seemed to be providing his services free of charge."
- Reza Aslan, Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth

10. "You are never quite at home in this human world ever again after an exorcism, he said slowly. He sat down again and explained. After an exorcism the exorcist hears and sees and thinks and talks as he always did. But now he perceives on two planes. Spirit is everywhere. Flesh and matter is only our picture of what’s there. And it’s not all good. There’s evil and good hidden in that picture. After an exorcism you always know, if you didn’t know it before. You are now walking with double vision, a second sight, as the old people used to say."
- Malachi Martin, Hostage to the Devil: The Possession and Exorcism of Five Contemporary Americans

 
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