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sabbatical

noun as in leave

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I was also teaching my courses at UC-Berkeley much of that time, though I had time off in the summers and through a sabbatical.

After a four-year sabbatical, today LeBron James decided to go back home.

The key to a truly disconnected holiday is to take an email sabbatical, says Danah Boyd, senior researcher at Microsoft.

Her recent medical episode underscores her need for a sabbatical.

However, the rigor of the Jewish Sabbatical laws was by no means followed.

There are not less spirits drank on amount of a sabbatical gloom; for harmless chearfulness is rather a preservative of innocence.

A sabbatical calm results from the contemplation of his labours.

Mrs. Morran all forenoon was in a state of un-Sabbatical disquiet.

The seventh is the Sabbatical year, when bondsmen were to be released and debts go free.

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On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sabbatical, such as: furlough, leave of absence, recess, time off, break, and holiday.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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