Definition of "sabbat" 
- (noun) Witches' Sabbath.
Use "sabbat" in a sentence
- "Though not inclined to be superstitious, nor hitherto believing that man could be brought into bodily communication with demons, I felt the terror and the wild excitement with which, in the Gothic ages, a traveller might have persuaded himself that he witnessed a 'sabbat' of fiends and witches."
- "The whole sabbat-familiar-broomstick thing was held to be imaginary, not real."
- "I so desperately want to find a coven, and one reason is so that we do not have to be solely responsible for the details of ceremony on every sabbat and esabat."