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What is another word for exorcist?

128 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ˈɛksəsˌɪst], [ˈɛksəsˌɪst], [ˈɛ_k_s_ə_s_ˌɪ_s_t]
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Synonyms for Exorcist:

sorcerer (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Exorcist:

  • exorsize,
  • excorcist,
  • exstermist,
  • exorcisim,
  • excercis,
  • exorsit,
  • exspecilly,
  • excorsism,
  • exercisa,
  • excilty,
  • exzibiht,
  • exercist,
  • excuisit,
  • exauhst,
  • excibit,
  • exsiste,
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  • exsaust,
  • exost,
  • excsit,
  • exqisit,
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  • exsist,
  • exercis,
  • exocrist,
  • exhist,
  • exersis,
  • exocistm,
  • exsust,
  • exquisiste,
  • exquist,
  • excorcists,
  • excist,
  • exciste,
  • exshust,
  • exauggst,
  • exsorsize,
  • exuathst,
  • exorsiced,
  • exchuast,
  • exzist,
  • excexutor,
  • extist,
  • excorcism,
  • exsast,
  • expicit,
  • exerciss,
  • excitst,
  • exchaust,
  • exersism,
  • excast,
  • excorsist,
  • exercisor,
  • exstemist,
  • exsqisit,
  • exsquisite,
  • excorcised,
  • exorist,
  • excest,
  • exuisit,
  • excisi,
  • exiist,
  • excint,
  • sexcist,
  • existist,
  • exersizm,
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  • exgist,
  • exorsism,
  • excersisetv,
  • exorcise,
  • exorcize,
  • exorsise,
  • exorcised,
  • exsgaust,
  • excisit,
  • exstanist,
  • excisite,
  • exsqusit,
  • exsuqusit.

Quotes for Exorcist:

  1. And the sad truth is that nobody wants me to write comedy. The Exorcist not only ended that career, it expunged all memory of its existence. William Peter Blatty.
  2. I loved Alien, and I loved Carrie, and I loved The Exorcist those were big movies for me. They were just brilliantly done, and unusual, and they all took horror to some new place. Lawrence Kasdan.
  3. I think The Exorcist is the best American horror movie ever made. Friedkin was at the top of his game. Jason Patric.

Adjectives for Exorcist:

  • proper official,
  • court-appointed,
  • wholly artificial,
  • big, bad,
  • self-proclaimed,
  • damn good,
  • good little,
  • sensuous,
  • first-rate,
  • skilled,
  • medieval,
  • enthusiastic,
  • notorious,
  • lesser,
  • artificial,
  • worst,
  • additional,
  • official,
  • brilliant,
  • private,
  • bad,
  • big,
  • human,
  • simple,
  • fine,
  • bald irish,
  • cut-price,
  • hard-core,
  • freelance,
  • victorious,
  • skilful,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • strongest,
  • clever,
  • divine,
  • irish,
  • wretched,
  • foreign,
  • popular,
  • principal,
  • certain,
  • capable,
  • competent,
  • mighty,
  • pure,
  • strange,
  • unattached,
  • would-be,
  • regular,
  • wonderfully successful,
  • alien,
  • gray,
  • gentle,
  • renowned,
  • professional,
  • successful,
  • charming,
  • powerful,
  • famous,
  • unknown.
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