Example sentences for: jews

How can you use “jews” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • By the ninth century, a large colony of Arabs, Jews, Persians, and others had settled here.

  • I bet the specialized guides--the ones for children, vegetarians, gays, Jews, runners, ethnic food buffs, and so on--are better-written, because they don't have to cast such ridiculously wide nets over subject and audience.

  • "And they're all going to hell," Abrams did not declaim, "to the extent that we real Jews have a hell, which isn't much.

  • With second- and third-generation prosperity, most of the Jews have moved on from the rue St-Urbain neighborhood made famous by the writings of Mordecai Richler (The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz) to make way gradually for an equally colorful Portuguese community.

  • In the rhetoric of American nationalism, the metaphor of the chosen people, of the substitution of Americans for Jews, recurs as a familiar trope.

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