Definition of Cabbalists

1. cabbalist [n] - See also: cabbalist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cabbalists

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

Literary usage of Cabbalists

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1. A statement of reasons for not believing the doctrines of trinitarians by Andrews Norton (1846)
"The cabbalists,' says Basnage, ' regarding God as an infinite, incomprehensible essence, between which and created things there can be no immediate ..."

2. The Hebrew Review and Magazine of Rabbinical Literature by Morris Raphall (1835)
"ever, bound to do the cabbalists the justice to admit, that the real professors of this ... To this question, we, in the name of the cabbalists, must reply ..."

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