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General Crossword Questions for “sabbath”

  • Day of rest
  • ... the day of rest
  • Graduates turn up to City for leisurely day
  • Leader of string quartet taking most of the day off
  • Black musical group's day of rest


  • Detailed overview of the classic heavy metal band Black Sabbath, with information about the band through each decade, their albums, influence on later musicians, and trivia. — “Black Sabbath - Wikipedia”,
  • For other uses, see Sabbath (disambiguation). Sabbath or a sabbath is generally a weekly Observation and remembrance of Sabbath is one of the Ten Commandments. — “Sabbath - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Some of Messianic Judaism considers its Sabbath to be kept according to Jewish doctrinal tradition, while most of Rabbinic The principle of weekly Sabbath has also been adopted, instituted, or modified in other beliefs: compare the Babylonian calendar, the Buddhist uposatha, the Islamic jumu'. — “Shabbat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


  • "Yes; and your Sabbath begins early at this season. — “Daniel Deronda” by George Eliot
  • The Sabbath stillness of the time (the day was so like Sunday! I have forgotten that) was suited to us both. — “David Copperfield” by Charles Dickens
  • Thou little, sportive boy, This blooming age of thine Is like to-day, so full of joy; And is the day, indeed, That must the sabbath of thy life precede. — “Complete poems” by Giacomo Leopardi
  • '"T' maister nobbut just buried, and Sabbath not o'ered, und t' sound o' t' gospel still i' yer lugs, and ye darr be laiking! Shame on ye! sit ye down, ill childer! there's good books eneugh if ye'll read 'em: sit ye down, and think o' yer sowls!" — “Wuthering Heights” by Emily Bronte
  • His ill-fitting, glossy black cloth, ungainly presence, and sharp, dark, vulpine features had in them, as I said before, the vulgarity of a Glasgow artisan in his Sabbath suit. — “Uncle Silas” by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  • A little solace came at tea-time, in the shape of a double ration of bread–a whole, instead of a half, slice–with the delicious addition of a thin scrape of butter: it was the hebdomadal treat to which we all looked forward from Sabbath to Sabbath. — “Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Bronte


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