- Latin insulsus; prefix in- not + salsus salted, from salire, salsum, to salt. (Wiktionary)
“The _insulse latum_ refers to the law now passed granting him the triumph in spite of this.”
“Milton, genuine admirer of Hebrew learning though he was and a man not averse to using "Christian talmudic" arguments of his own when occasion required, permits himself one or two uncomplimentary references to the "insulse rules" of the Talmud.”
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