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Definition of "kibbutznik" []

  • A member of a kibbutz. (noun)
  • Someone who lives and works on a kibbutz (noun)

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Use "kibbutznik" in a sentence
  • "A daughter of a kibbutznik father and a second generation holocaust surviving mother, Weinberg went to a Jewish day school growing up and participated in a culturally Jewish, largely secular home."
  • "So too did the experience of the collective schooling and the way kibbutznik kids dealt with outsiders -- an early lesson in sharpening my insight in to how identity and belonging was shaped there."
  • "Lily has also grown up as a kibbutznik and with it comes an uninhibited approach to life and freedom, love and relationships which infuse the book, but this is coupled with a sense of real discomfort for Lily when she and Ami pay the Kibbutz a visit."
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