[ kab-uh-list ]

  1. a spelling variant of kabbalist.

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Other definitions for cabalist (2 of 2)

[ kab-uh-list ]

  1. a member of a cabal.

Origin of cabalist

1635–45; perhaps <French cabaliste.See cabal, -ist Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use cabalist in a sentence

  • Here he was received with hospitality and rapidly gained fame as a cabalist and worker of miracles.

  • Often and anxiously the cabalist shot a glance at his companion, and then again relapsed into reverie.

    Alroy | Benjamin Disraeli
  • I wanted to honour myself, gentlemen, by keeping under my roof the greatest cabalist since Enoch, son of Cain.

    The Queen Pedauque | Anatole France
  • I suspected the enchanting Jahel to have been sent by the cabalist to play the part of a Salamander with me.

    The Queen Pedauque | Anatole France
  • A Jewish legend declares that a famed cabalist was vainly pursued by Death through many forms.