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However, the rigor of the Jewish Sabbatical laws was by no means followed.
SPEECHES, ADDRESSES, AND OCCASIONAL SERMONS, VOLUME 2 (OF 3)THEODORE PARKER
There are not less spirits drank on amount of a sabbatical gloom; for harmless chearfulness is rather a preservative of innocence.
LETTER TO SIR SAMUEL SHEPHERDANONYMOUS
A sabbatical calm results from the contemplation of his labours.
RES JUDICATAUGUSTINE BIRRELL
Mrs. Morran all forenoon was in a state of un-Sabbatical disquiet.
HUNTINGTOWERJOHN BUCHAN
The seventh is the Sabbatical year, when bondsmen were to be released and debts go free.
BIBLE STUDIESJOSEPH M. WHEELER
Here, of course, is the foundation of the Hebrew system of Sabbatical days which we have inherited.
A HISTORY OF SCIENCE, VOLUME 1(OF 5)HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS
The institution of the sabbatical year appears to afford another very apt illustration.
CHRISTIAN DEVOTEDNESSANTHONY NORRIS GROVES
And yet, to the eye of science, there would he no more disorder here than in the sabbatical peace of a summer sea.
COLLECTED ESSAYS, VOLUME VT. H. HUXLEY
He marks his sense of it by a suit of clothes regarded with a feeling hardly less Sabbatical than the day itself.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 63, NO. 391, MAY, 1848VARIOUS
His religious sentiments and Sabbatical views are almost if not quite identical with those held by the Quakers.
WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISONARCHIBALD H. GRIMKE
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WORDS RELATED TO SABBATICAL

  • R and R
  • break
  • breathing space
  • day of rest
  • few days off
  • fiesta
  • furlough
  • holiday
  • intermission
  • layoff
  • leave
  • leave of absence
  • liberty
  • long weekend
  • recess
  • recreation
  • respite
  • rest
  • sabbatical
  • spell
  • time off
  • two weeks with pay
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