- são tomé and príncipe,
- são vicente,
- sèvres ware,
- sévigné, marie de rabutin-chantal, marquise de,
- sézary cell
Origin of séance
Examples from the Web for seance
Those present at this seance will not admit they were cheated.Metapsychical Phenomena|J. Maxwell
It was agreed to in Council, as also that the seance royale should be held on the 22nd, and the meetings till then be suspended.
The seance was opened by the singing of hymns, and before long the medium went under control.Genuine Mediumship or The Invisible Powers|Bhakta Vishita
This closed the first seance, and my trainer took me in the dressing-room to attend a consultation of physicians.Remarks|Bill Nye
While a member of the Indiana Legislature in 1867 he attended a seance, where he received a message from his dead mother.A Book Written by the Spirits of the So-Called Dead|C. G. Helleberg
Word Origin for seance
1789, "sitting, session," as of a learned society, from French séance "a sitting," from seoir "to sit," from Latin sedere (see sedentary). Meaning "spiritualistic session" first recorded 1845.