a student of or expert in the kabbalah.
a person who is well-versed or highly skilled in obscure or esoteric matters.
- Also cab·ba·list, kab·a·list .
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How to use kabbalist in a sentence
Grimm had become involved with a mysterious, mostly Israel-based kabbalist rabbi to the stars named Yoshiyahu Yosef Pinto.
To the same school belonged Moses Zakkuto, of Mantua (d. 1697), poet and kabbalist.
On questions of ritual the kabbalist writings were consulted, often as final authorities.
The people's minds, prepared by483 suffering and the kabbalist craze, were susceptible to such convulsive expectations.
A great sensation was made there by this enthusiastic, handsome young kabbalist, the new Jewish recruit.
Now the weak hand of the amiable kabbalist Solomon Molcho seized the spokes of this revolving wheel.