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1Denoting any or all of the religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) that revere Abraham, the Biblical patriarch.‘the monotheistic faiths that grew out of the Abrahamic heritage’
- ‘Though we all hold in common that we are not of an Abrahamic faith, we are still too different from each other to be forced into the same mold.’
- ‘I don't understand why they become quiet when I tell them it's an Abrahamic religion like Judaism and Christianity.’
- ‘And I think that the only thing that will move people to each other is the compassion that comes from some belief, whether it's an Abrahamic belief or a non-Abrahamic belief, or even a secular humanist belief, but a belief in other people.’
- ‘A pagan is defined in the dictionary as anyone who is not of an Abrahamic faith - - Jewish, Christian, or Moslem.’
- ‘Many Muslim women are quick to point out that Islam is an Abrahamic faith.’
2Relating specifically to the Biblical patriarch Abraham.
- ‘Abraham had other sons, but Isaac was the unique son of the Abrahamic Covenant, born when his parents were old.’
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