noun, plural me·tem·psy·cho·ses [muh-tem-suh-koh-seez, -temp-, met-uh m-sahy-] /məˌtɛm səˈkoʊ siz, -ˌtɛmp-, ˌmɛt əm saɪ-/.
Origin of metempsychosis
Related formsmet·em·psy·chic [met-uh m-sahy-kik] /ˌmɛt əmˈsaɪ kɪk/, me·tem·psy·cho·sic, me·tem·psy·cho·si·cal, adjective
Examples from the Web for metempsychosis
The doctrine of metempsychosis is not found here, except perhaps in germ.History of Religion|Allan Menzies
In his times, moreover, the doctrine of metempsychosis was getting more and more popular.The Development of Metaphysics in Persia|Muhammad Iqbal
There must be some truth in the Pythagorean doctrine, and I am labouring under a Metempsychosis.Tales from "Blackwood," Volume 2|Various
The idea of metempsychosis was very much in vogue at this epoch.
They go so far as to say that the sacred authors were informed of the Metempsychosis, as the author of the Book of Wisdom, chap.The Phantom World|Augustin Calmet