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- n. Plural form of Nebuchadnezzar.
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Nebuchadnezzars, by too much indulging to these pleasing humours, and through their own default.
'Like so many Nebuchadnezzars,' suggested Cargrim, always scriptural.
Versailles with us, and, when a group of Germans talked their guttural way towards us, he had us all down on our knees, before we knew it, nibbling at the grass like so many Nebuchadnezzars escaped from
Several of each family had bitten the grass, and it was expected that more Nebuchadnezzars would follow.
The people were Nebuchadnezzars; they bit the grass before me; there was no dust in the town for them to bite.
The Nebuchadnezzars are God's axes with which He hews down fruitless trees.
He went prepared to witness fearful rites, but when he got there he found it wasn’t the genuine thing at all, but the yearly outing of the Latter Day Nebuchadnezzars, the famous grass-eating society.