• (noun): The practice and doctrines of voodoo.
  • (noun): The practice of sorcery or witchcraft.

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  • (noun): a religious cult practiced chiefly in Caribbean countries (especially Haiti); involves witchcraft and animistic deities

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  • This voodooism which they clearly wanted to portray was more of the story line than anything else in this plot.

  • No, I refer to the sizable minority who have perverted voodooism and are now engaged in a unholy war against the deceased-deficient.

  • However, the next day, I sat Monk down at the computer and read a few entries about voodooism to him, specifically focusing on articles like this one that explain how people in our culture tend to denigrate the practice of voodoo, and the possible reasons why:

  • If he thought "the Viennese quack" and "Freudian voodooism" were so useless and banal, why couldn't he stay off the subject, or the subtext?

  • It isn't true, for example, for voodooism, or the belief that the earth is flat, or Humean skepticism, or philosophical naturalism.

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