/ Hebrew (mʊˈsɑː, Yiddish ˈmʊsə) /
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rabbinic literature concerned with ethics, right conduct, etc
any moralizing speech, esp one which is critical
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Side by side with the scholastic literature of Rabbinism flourished popular ethical literature (musar).