sabbatical

[ suh-bat-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF sabbatical

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Every statesman like every professor should have his sabbatical year.

Has this principle any reference to the sabbatical ordinance?

The Jubilee allowed the same privileges as the sabbatical year.

He must have meant, not "years," but weeks of years—Sabbatical years.

What more hardy than his dealing with the sabbatical year, with idolatry?

We were now alone in the silent house, and there was a Sabbatical stillness all around.

A sabbatical calm results from the contemplation of his labours.

The country is so full of prejudice that I am driven to Sabbatical quiescence.

All this week, thanks in a great measure to the prolonged Bank Holiday, Witanbury had been bathed in a sabbatical calm.

The travelers were unable, indeed, to awaken into any feeling of Sabbatical straitness.

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