See also Masinis rule forbidding action on the denunciation of those seen in the Sabbat.
It is like a Sabbat of witches to hear you talk, La Corriveau!
When she at last came to herself, she acknowledged that she had been to the Sabbat.
The night-riding and assemblages of the Sabbat are illusions.
He admitted that he had been to the Sabbat ten times or more.
Que tous ceux, qui estoient au Sabbat, alloient baiser ce gros chat noir au derriere.'
I have heard that you know where the witches hold their Sabbat.
The Hebrew witch flew to the Sabbat with her hair loosened, as when it was bound she was unable to exercise her full power.
This always (although authorities differ) took place on Fridays, after midnight, and was called the Sabbath or Sabbat.
Again he closed his eyes, as if still haunted by the phantoms of the Witches' Sabbat.