The terrible force of this truly Hebraistic parallelism should be noted.
The phraseology of the verse in Θ has a distinctly Hebraistic look, much more so than in Ο´.
This architecture is Hebraistic in spirit, not Greek; it well accords with the deep ground-swell of the Hebrew prophets.
It has become fashionable to divide the rival tendencies of modern thought into the two classes of Hellenistic and Hebraistic.
I could not ignore the kind but firmly severe criticism implied; I could not but revolt from this Hebraistic onslaught.
Besides, the word 'know' is used by us Hebraistic writers to include not only a mental apprehension, but also a moral feeling.