Definition of cabalism in US English:

cabalism

(British cabbalism)

noun

  • See cabalistic

    • ‘Likewise, I would suspect that most varieties of gnosticism as well as cabbalism entertain essentially a transcendental metaphor which would distance them from the earth-orientations of ‘nature religion’.’
    • ‘As certificates of their qualifications, most of the candidates have enclosed specimens of their skill in alchemy and cabbalism.’
    • ‘Unfortunately, the pervasive and propelling mysticism and cabbalism in this story of love, death and possession from beyond the grave aren't in themselves enough to make a theatrical experience.’
    • ‘Throughout the ages, numerology has always sub-consciously intrigued and influenced people with its mystical fusion, cabbalism, precipitation and excitement.’
    • ‘In some cases the theories are sublime: some purport higher authority or even a secret manuscript as their basis, whilst others rely upon correspondences with cabbalism, astrology, numerology, witchcraft, and so on.’

Pronunciation

cabalism

/ˈkabəˌlizəm/