Her recent medical episode underscores her need for a Sabbatical.
After a four-year Sabbatical, today LeBron James decided to go back home.
I was also teaching my courses at UC-Berkeley much of that time, though I had time off in the summers and through a Sabbatical.
The travelers were unable, indeed, to awaken into any feeling of Sabbatical straitness.
Has this principle any reference to the Sabbatical ordinance?
We make twice the number every day in our lives as a matter of course, and claim no Sabbatical exemptions.
The Jubilee allowed the same privileges as the Sabbatical year.
His religious sentiments and Sabbatical views are almost if not quite identical with those held by the Quakers.
He must have meant, not "years," but weeks of years—Sabbatical years.
All this week, thanks in a great measure to the prolonged Bank Holiday, Witanbury had been bathed in a Sabbatical calm.
1640s, "of or suitable for the Sabbath," from Latin sabbaticus, from Greek sabbatikos "of the Sabbath" (see Sabbath). Noun meaning "a year's absence granted to researchers" (originally one year in seven, to university professors) is from 1934, short for sabbatical year, etc., first recorded 1886 (the thing itself is attested from 1880, at Harvard), related to sabbatical year (1590s) in Mosaic law, the seventh year, in which land was to remain untilled and debtors and slaves released.