Definition of Cabbalist

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cabbalist

cabbaged
cabbageless
cabbagelike
cabbages
cabbageworm
cabbageworms
cabbagey
cabbaging
cabbagy
cabbala
cabbalahs
cabbalas
cabbaling
cabbalism
cabbalisms
cabbalist (current term)
cabbalistic
cabbalistically
cabbalists
cabbed
cabbeling
cabbesse
cabbie
cabbies
cabbin
cabbing
cabbler
cabblers
cabbling
cabby

Literary usage of Cabbalist

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1. Transactions by Jewish Historical Society of England (1908)
"Suffice it to say that the man is now living in London without ever having followed openly the rĂ´le of a cabbalist. He resides in a splendidly decorated ..."

2. Catalogue of Hebrew Manuscripts by Cambridge University Library, Salomon Marcus Schiller-Szinessy (1876)
"... was a great cabbalist; and although he lost his father ' the greatest cabbalist of the age,' when very young, he yet 'received' ..."

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