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pharisaic

adjective phar·i·sa·ic \ˌfa-rə-ˈsā-ik\

Definition of PHARISAIC

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capitalized :  of or relating to the Pharisees

Origin of PHARISAIC

Late Latin pharisaicus, from Late Greek pharisaikos, from Greek pharisaios Pharisee
First Known Use: circa 1618

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