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Synonyms for Hasid

a member of a Jewish sect that observes a form of strict Orthodox Judaism

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Others note the influence of developed Christian penitential practices on later Jewish sects, such at the eleventh-century Hassids and the sixteenth-century Luria Kabbalists.
The Hassids and their leaders did not attend the funeral, but celebrated.
Up until then she nestles her theology behind sharply pointed questions or submerges it in the ideas of Teilhard de Chardin, Simone Weil, or the cabalist Hassids.
When his landlord changes the locks, however, he ends up bunking chastely chez Rosalie, who soon takes him to New York to meet her large family of Hassids.
In every house, in every study hall and in every store and street, nothing was heard besides, "Mitnaged and Hassid, Hassid and Mitnaged.