Definition of "talmudic" [tal•mud•ic]

  • Of or pertaining to the Talmud; contained in the Talmud (adjective)

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Use "talmudic" in a sentence
  • "So there you have it, the crazily avant-garde poet - playwright-novelist immersed in talmudic lore."
  • "Even the creation of new words from abbreviations, or acronymic formations, like flak or kapo, though quite popular in Nazi writings and common in official use, was called a talmudic device introduced into the language by insidious subversionists, and the vicious oxymoron"
  • "Not with the desultory, "talmudic" style he tends employ when discussing contentious political issues."