Chief Rabbi


  1. the chief religious minister of a national Jewish community

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Example Sentences

The former chief rabbi of Israel, Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau, appeared on the A9 talk show.

One chief rabbi per Israeli town is better than two, a cabinet committee has decided.

Minister of Economy Naftali Bennett competed against 150 electors in the rarely deployed category—Chief Rabbi for a Decade.

Shmuel Eliyahu, himself the son of a former Chief Rabbi, was on the ballot and a not so unlikely contender.

There's only one good candidate for chief rabbi, even if none of the 150 electors will make this choice: No one.

My father, to whom the chief rabbi gave an account of his plan with me and of my progress, went beside himself with joy.

I resolved therefore to make a pilgrimage to S——, in order to see the chief rabbi, and beg of him a few scientific books.

As soon as I arrived at the place, I went to the chief rabbi, told him my desire, and begged him earnestly for assistance.

The chief rabbi was greatly offended with the ambiguity of the expression, "The Rabbi is here superfluous."

My pupil was betrothed to the daughter of a chief rabbi, who was a brother-in-law of the chief rabbi in Posen.





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