IPA: kˈæbʌɫɪzʌm


  • The study of the Jewish Kaballah.
  • The activities of a cabal; secret plotting.

Examples of "cabalism" in Sentences

  • The tracing of likenesses quickly becomes rabbinism, almost cabalism.
  • During this period of seclusion he became deeply interested in magic, alchemy, astrology, cabalism, and all that sort of thing.
  • There have always been small elements that equated Lovecraft's horror with other sociological peripheries that incorporated cabalism.
  • I do not know that there is more cabalism in the Anglican, than in other churches, but the Anglican clergy are identified with the aristocracy.
  • It was about that time that the Count de Melfort, colonel of the Orleans regiment, entreated me through Camille, Coraline's sister, to answer two questions by means of my cabalism.
  • Under all this influence he turned to cabalism and became interested in crystals and the microcosm and macrocosm, and fell into the habit of despair over what he had been and believed just before.
  • At first I expressed some perplexity at the questions having emanated from her royal highness, and I told her afterwards that I understood cabalism, but that I could not interpret the meaning of the answers obtained through it, and that her highness must ask new questions likely to render the answers easier to be understood.

Related Links

syllables in cabalismsynonyms for cabalismdescribing words for cabalismunscramble cabalism



© 2024 Copyright: WordPapa