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General Crossword Questions for “rabbi”

  • Religious teacher
  • Jewish teacher
  • Leader of Jewish congregation
  • Jewish religious leader
  • Teacher of Jewish law
  • Jewish minister
  • Stick up note I composed for teacher
  • Talk endlessly of the teacher
  • Teacher's pet that's fast-breeding must be docked
  • Teacher's pet doesn't play out
  • Teacher finds beast incomplete ...
  • Butler's AC/DC mentor
  • Scut missing? Get minister
  • Religious teacher docking tail of animal
  • Poor player has time out - special teacher required
  • Religious leader detailing talk to Cockneys
  • Butler, bisexual holy man
  • Chatter endlessly with minister
  • Religious leader's chatter cut short
  • Minister's chatter cut short
  • Poor performer spending time with teacher
  • Teacher raised bar by the sound of it
  • Religious leader is a timid person, for the most part
  • "Small animal lost its tail", reveals cleric
  • Jewish spiritual leader


  • In 19th century Germany and the United States, the duties of the rabbi became increasingly influenced by the duties of the Protestant Christian Minister, hence the title "pulpit rabbis". Sermons, pastoral counseling, representing the community to the outside, all increased in importance. — “Rabbi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Rabbi Shergill (born Gurpreet Singh Shergill, 1973) is an Indian musician well known for his debut album Rabbi and the chart-topper song of 2005, "Bulla Ki Jaana" Rabbi, was committed to music and was clear that he wanted to be a professional musician. — “Rabbi Shergill - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Rebbe Akiva ben Yosef (ca.50–ca.135 CE) (Hebrew: רבי עקיבא בן יוסף "Rabbi ʿAqibha ben Yoseph") or simply Rabbi Akiva was a Palestinian tanna of the latter part of the 1st century and the beginning of the 2nd century (3rd tannaitic generation). — “Akiva ben Joseph - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


  • Sit down anon, and tell me what your grieve* is, *grievance, grief And it shall be amended, if I may." "I have," quoth he, "had a despite to-day, God *yielde you,* adown in your village, *reward you That in this world is none so poor a page, That would not have abominatioun Of that I have received in your town: And yet ne grieveth me nothing so sore, As that the olde churl, with lockes hoar, Blasphemed hath our holy convent eke." "Now, master," quoth this lord, "I you beseek" – "No master, Sir," quoth he, "but servitour, Though I have had in schoole that honour. <24> God liketh not, that men us Rabbi call Neither in market, nor in your large hall." *"No force,"* quoth he; "but tell me all your grief." *no matter* Sir," quoth this friar, "an odious mischief This day betid* is to mine order and me, *befallen And so par consequence to each degree Of holy churche, God amend it soon." "Sir," quoth the lord, "ye know what is to doon:* *do *Distemp'r you not,* ye be my confessour. *be not impatient* Ye be the salt of th' earth, and the savour; For Godde's love your patience now hold; Tell me your grief." And he anon him told As ye have heard before, ye know well what. — “Canterbury Tales” by Geoffrey Chaucer
  • And one more to hail him: ave, rabbi : the Tinahely twelve. — “Ulysses” by James Joyce
  • "I would I knew what the Rabbi Jacob Ben Tudela would opine on it," replied Isaac;–"nevertheless, the good youth must not bleed to death. Let Seth and Reuben bear him to Ashby." — “Ivanhoe” by Sir Walter Scott
  • Why did he not address himself to an influential Rabbi or other member of a Jewish community, to consult on the chances of finding a mother named Cohen, with a son named Ezra, and a lost daughter named Mirah? He thought of doing so–after Christmas. — “Daniel Deronda” by George Eliot


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