Definition of 'ectoplasm'
Example sentences containing 'ectoplasm'
From the fingers in which he'd claimed he could already feel the Art quickening beads of power oozed like ectoplasm, bursting in the air.THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
Maria's problems with the other world were one kind - clients could be put off their stroke by ectoplasm.SPLITTING (2001)
It resembled a nineteenth-century spiritualist picture, those pale blurs of ectoplasm in which believers detected the forms of the dead.SACRAMENT (2001)
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