Definition of occultism in US English:

occultism

noun

  • See occult

    • ‘The end of the twentieth century was marked by a boom of astrology, mysticism, and occultism in many countries.’
    • ‘The mysticism and its occultism are interpreted in every detail of the idol.’
    • ‘I thought it might be interesting to look at the concept of ‘the counter culture’ and how it relates to magic and occultism.’
    • ‘My second catalyst was also well acquainted with various forms of mysticism, occultism and meditation.’
    • ‘This edition will thus serve as a valuable point of comparison to the study of witchcraft and renaissance occultism.’

Pronunciation

occultism

/əˈkəlˌtɪzəm//əˈkəlˌtizəm/