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Definition of "jews" []

  • A member of the Semitic people who claim descent from the ancient Hebrew people of Israel, are spread throughout the world, and are linked by cultural or religious ties (noun)
  • A person whose religion is Judaism (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of jew. (verb)

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Use "jews" in a sentence
  • "Also many of the gnostic texts refer to the ‘true goddess’ who was the creator, and that the god of the jews is a fraud."
  • "I mean, Cranly said, hardening in his speech, did the idea ever occur to you that he was himself a conscious hypocrite, what he called the jews of his time, a whited sepulchre?"
  • "-- I mean, Cranly said, hardening in his speech, did the idea ever occur to you that he was himself a conscious hypocrite, what he called the jews of his time, a whited sepulchre?"