exorcise out of

exorcise (something) out of (someone)

To force an evil spirit out of someone, as through spells or incantations. I never believed in the supernatural until we had to exorcise a demon out of my daughter.
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exorcise something out of someone

 and exorcise something out
to remove or cast out evil from someone. We saw a movie about a priest who exorcised a demon out of a young girl.
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