early 15c., "a calling up or driving out of evil spirits," from Late Latin exorcismus, from Greek exorkismos "administration of an oath," in Ecclesiastical Greek, "exorcism," from exorkizein "exorcize, bind by oath," from ex "out of" (see ex-) + horkizein "cause to swear," from horkos "oath." Earlier in the same sense was exorcization (late 14c.).
1. The exorcism was broadcast on television.
2. Master Bao places the exorcism cloth onto the infected area.
3. You don't believe in the exorcism of demons, do you?
4. The excess that they encountered during the exorcism was so excessive.
5. Sanctity of Battle no longer reduces the cooldown of Exorcism.