talmudist

[ tahl-moo-dist, -muh-, tal- ]SEE DEFINITION OF talmudist

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"But it seems to me that Rabbi Yohanon does not say that," the portly Talmudist objected.

There is many a Talmudist among soldiers nowadays, the old man said.

The Talmudist had forgot that the animals saved from the Flood were in pairs.

This is the first time I hear it, that you are a Talmudist, Mawruss!

He early distinguished himself as a subtle Talmudist and skilful physician.

My parents were strict Talmudical Jews, my father especially, a zealous, learned Talmudist.

His countrymen there, who knew his father as a learned Talmudist, tried every means to snatch him away from the Mission.

I laboured once to teach a Talmudist, that the earth is round, and that we have antipodes.

It was of no avail; the Talmudist stood to his ground, that such an assertion was absurd.

Abraham Amigo, a Talmudist of the second or third rank, had similar aims.

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