cabalistic 中文意思是什麼

cabalistic 解釋
adj. 形容詞 猶太神秘哲學的;神秘的,玄妙的。

  1. He associated the cabalistic truths with those of greek hermeticism

  2. His project of killing napoleon, and his calculations of the cabalistic numbers, and of the beast of the apocalypse struck him now as incomprehensible and positively ludicrous

  3. It was further decorated with strange and seemingly cabalistic figures and diagrams, suitable to the quaint taste of the age, which had been drawn in the stucco when newly laid on, and had now grown hard and durable, for the admiration of after times

  4. Then during the first day of solitude and idleness pierre tried several times in vain to fix his attention on the masonic manuscripts there rose several times vaguely to his mind the idea that had occurred to him in the past of the cabalistic significance of his name in connection with the name of bonaparte. but the idea that he,

  5. This door was a mockery to the conci rge, from whose vigilance and jurisdiction it was free, and, like that famous portal in the arabian nights, opening at the " sesame " of ali baba, it was wont to swing backward at a cabalistic word or a concerted tap from without from the sweetest voices or whitest fingers in the world