noun (sometimes lowercase) Demonology.
Origin of Sabbat
Examples from the Web for sabbat
It is like a Sabbat of witches to hear you talk, La Corriveau!The Golden Dog|William Kirby
The Hebrew witch flew to the Sabbat with her hair loosened, as when it was bound she was unable to exercise her full power.A History of The Inquisition of The Middle Ages; volume III|Henry Charles Lea
When she at last came to herself, she acknowledged that she had been to the Sabbat.
See also Masinis rule forbidding action on the denunciation of those seen in the Sabbat.A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 4|Henry Charles Lea
This case, comments Spina, proves that in the transportation to the Sabbat no corporal transference is involved.
British Dictionary definitions for sabbat
Word Origin and History for sabbat
"witches' sabbath," 1650s, special application of the French form of sabbath.