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used in The Sound and the Fury

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to expel or drive away something bad — especially an evil spirit driven from a person or place or thing by prayer or magic
  • give me any cause for alarm you wouldnt have felt driven to the expedient of tellingme you had committed incest otherwise and i i wasnt lying i wasnt lying and he you wanted to sublimate a piece of natural human folly into ahorror and then exorcise it with truth and i it was to isolate her out of the loud world so that it wouldhave to flee us ofnecessity and then the sound of it would be as though ithad never been and he did you tryto make her do it andi i wasafraid to i was afraid...
    2 — June 2, 1910 (98% in)

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