Exorcise

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Exorcise

  • (verb) drive out or attempt to drive out (a supposed evil spirit) from a person or place. “an attempt to exorcise an unquiet spirit”
  • (verb) rid (a person or place) of a supposed evil spirit. “infants were exorcised prior to baptism”
  • (verb) completely remove (something unpleasant) from one’s mind or memory. “she wanted to exorcise some of the pain”

Exorcise meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • भूत भगाना, भगाना, निकालना , जादू देना

Exorcise origin

  • late Middle English: from French exorciser or ecclesiastical Latin exorcizare, from Greek exorkizein, from ex- ‘out’ + horkos ‘oath’. The word originally meant ‘conjure up an evil spirit’; the current sense dates from the mid 16th century.

Exorcise in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)

  • India vs Qatar Highlights, FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifier Football Match: ….. India will be looking to exorcise their demons when they take on …
  • India suffering from Gandhi-ism: Sambhaji Bhide at Ram Mandir pandal … The Shiv Pratishthan Hindustan chief also said that to “exorcise” this …
  • From pursuit for more, to pursuit for less, The exercise of quitting alcohol, serves as a good example. There was a point in time, when the mind was thinking only about the next …
  • Ashes triumph will help Australia put ball-tampering scandal …, A magnificent Ashes triumph in Old Blighty after 18 summers is exactly what Australian cricket needed to finally exorcise the ghosts of last …
  • Rohit Sharma: Waiting for the deluge of runs, Of all the Indian batsmen, he and Cheteshwar Pujara batted with the … ball can whip up, he’s skilled to exorcise, be it pace, bounce or spin.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Exorcise 

  • Remember the movie EXORCIST…in which priest WHO DRIVE OUT EVIL SPIRITS suicides in the end
  • exorcism is practice of removing an evil spirit from a body/house. Exorcise means the same

Exorcise pronunciation

Evacuate

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Evacuate

  • (verb) remove (someone) from a place of danger to a safer place. “several families were evacuated from their homes”
  • (verb) leave or cause the occupants to leave (a place of danger). “fire alarms forced staff to evacuate the building”
  • (verb) (of troops) withdraw from (a place). “the last British troops evacuated the Canal Zone”
  • (verb) remove air, water, or other contents from (a container). “when it springs a leak, evacuate the pond”
  • (verb) empty (the bowels or another bodily organ). “patients evacuated their bowels before dialysis”
  • (verb) discharge (faeces or other matter) from the body. “the bowel functions to evacuate solid waste products”

Evacuate meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • खाली कराना, छोड़ना, निकालना, ले जाना, हटा देना, मलोत्सर्ग करना, शून्य करना, रिक्त करना, छोड़ देना, खाली कराना, ख़ाली करना, छोड़कर अन्यत्र जाना

Evacuate origin

  • late Middle English (in the sense ‘clear the contents of’): from Latin evacuat- ‘(of the bowels) emptied’, from the verb evacuare, from e- (variant of ex- ) ‘out of’ + vacuus ‘empty’.

Evacuate in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)

  • Cyclone Fani: 3 dead in India and Bangladesh, millions evacuated, A powerful cyclone has lashed coastal areas of eastern India with torrential rain and winds gusting up to 200km an hour, killing at least three …
  • Clean-up operation begins after deadly Cyclone Fani hits India and about 1.1 million people were evacuated away from the coast; in Bangladesh, 1.6 million were evacuated. In India and Bangladesh, …
  • ‘Won’t Be Able to Evacuate Them Later’: Sushma Swaraj Urges …, Swaraj tweeted, “Even after massive evacuation from Libya and the travel ban, there are over 500 Indian nationals in Tripoli. The situation in …
  • Admin directs to evacuate 926 dilapidated houses, Kanpur: The district administration has geared itself to face the cyclonic storm Fani, and appointed ADM (finance) Virendra Pandey as nodal …
  • Root of the matter…, We had to evacuate and find refuge away from the affected zones. … the LOC, came under the territory of India, after the 1971 Indo-Pak conflict.

Evacuate pronunciation