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synonyms for Hasidic

  • Hebrew
  • Judaistic
  • Semitic
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How to use Hasidic in a sentence

Everywhere he was zealously engaged in propagating the Hasidic doctrine by means of the spoken and written word.
HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN RUSSIA AND POLAND, VOLUME I (OF 3)S. M. DUBNOW
According to the Hasidic legend, Israel Besht led this kind of life for seven years.
HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN RUSSIA AND POLAND, VOLUME I (OF 3)S. M. DUBNOW
As a result, the Hasidic doctrine branched out rapidly, falling into different varieties.
HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN RUSSIA AND POLAND, VOLUME I (OF 3)S. M. DUBNOW
The interval between these two dates represents one continuous stretch of Hasidic triumphs.
HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN RUSSIA AND POLAND, VOLUME I (OF 3)S. M. DUBNOW
Here a few small Hasidic groups were ensconced in a number of cities.
HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN RUSSIA AND POLAND, VOLUME I (OF 3)S. M. DUBNOW
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WORDS RELATED TO HASIDIC

  • Hasidic
  • Hebrew
  • Judaistic
  • Semitic
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