ouija ouija


  • (n) a board with the alphabet on it; used with a planchette to spell out supernatural messages


  1. Or take a Borgmann favorite, the etymological redundancy ouija, for example, which consists of the French oin and the German ja, both meaning yes.
  2. Perhaps that is why numerologists, crystal-gazers, table-tippers, ouija-board-pushers, rhythmical dancers and all-round yogis stop at nothing in time, space, mind or matter.
  3. And to them, his geometrical bas-reliefs look as blandly uncommunicative as a ouija board.


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  1. "We're past overly concerned," Neuheisel said. "On that Ouija Board, with concerning ...... we're past overly. Yeah, this is concerning. No question about it."
    on Aug 19, 2008 By: Rick Neuheisel Source: Whittier Daily News

  2. Lynch says, "I was heavily involved in it and it's got a demonic side. It was destructive. I was into Ouija boards, tarot cards, seances and worse. I was in a really bad place. Take Harry Potter. It's still witchcraft and I would explain it to my...
    on Aug 24, 2007 By: Shane Lynch Source: Post Chronicle

  3. "I didn't use a Ouija board," McHale said. "We're probably going to have different lineups coming in here [toward season's end]. For a while, we had guys playing 38, 40 minutes and I just saw what it did to them. It's going to be an...
    on Mar 27, 2009 By: Kevin McHale Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

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