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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Adjective- Of, related to, or characteristic of the authoritative body of Jewish law and tradition developed on the basis of the scriptural law.

Usage examples (34)
  • The “contested garment” rule in Talmudic discourse: when A claims ½ of a garment and B claims the whole, how do we divide it up?
  • Could there be a better time to recall the Talmudic tale in which a non-Jew asks Rabbi Hillel to teach him the Torah while standing on one foot.
  • And I think this kind of Talmudic parsing of the statement, it really is not serving the interest, the interest of ...
  • Since Clarke used the word "Talmudic," frankly your response on waiting and you didn't really know about Cole sounds a little Talmudic. for more
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