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occult
used in A Great and Terrible Beauty

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Definition
relating to magic
  • A mention of a girl who went "mad as a hatter" after some mysterious involvement in a "diabolical occult ring."
    Chapter 6 (41% in)
  • "But I do believe in the power of young girls' minds to conjure all sorts of hobgoblins that have nothing to do with the occult and everything to do with very real mischief.
    Chapter 17 (31% in)
  • He's fishing but Mademoiselle LeFarge can't see that he's interested in more than her preoccupation with the occult.
    Chapter 21 (15% in)
  • Did she tell you stories about the occult?
    Chapter 33 (82% in)

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