cabalistic

[ kab-uh-lis-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF cabalistic

Synonyms for cabalistic

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And have not the Α and Ω something mystic and cabalistic about them even to us?

They stood again by the cabalistic diagram on the floor of the kitchen.

But man saw only shape of diagram, its cabalistic lines and form.

Carefully, she read the cabalistic line at the bottom of the map.

Equally so the rites, ceremonies, and nature of the cabalistic order he established.

As if it were a cabalistic speech, one separates from the rest, and comes towards him.

This, as you know, is a cabalistic speciality accredited in all countries.

It is like a cabalistic speech, throwing open to him the portals of Paradise.

Some cabalistic meaning, doubtless, attached to the display.

The word is a cabalistic cryptogram—an instance of Gematria—for Babel.

WORD ORIGIN

1670s; see cabal + -istic.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CABALISTIC

arcane

adjectivehidden, secret
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