holy writ


holy writ

noun, often capitalized H&W

Definition of HOLY WRIT

1
:  bible 1
2
:  a writing or utterance having unquestionable authority <its financial precepts were not necessarily Holy Writ — Herbert Stein>

First Known Use of HOLY WRIT

before 12th century

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