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  • n. Plural form of dreidl.

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Examples

  • Warm, buttery cookies for both Hanukkah and Christmas and whether in the shape of Old Saint Nick and his fleet of reindeer or dreidls, menorahs and six-pointed stars, they are appreciated by the young and the not-so young alike.

    Jamie Schler: 'Tis the Season to be Doubly Jolly!

  • For the most part they are drunk, injected, overpaid dreidls, who sleep, go to jail, and party their way across our TV screens daily.

    Ashleigh Banfield: Why John Adams is Cooler Than Roger Clemens

  • Saul starts on the paper, while Mike spins dreidls, you can also see Evie and Sara in this clip.

    charles statman

  • Warm, buttery cookies for both Hanukkah and Christmas and whether in the shape of Old Saint Nick and his fleet of reindeer or dreidls, menorahs and six-pointed stars, they are appreciated by the young and the not-so young alike: a plateful within easy reach of small hands while decorating the tree, lighting the candles or listening to a story, a tin box placed next to the coffee machine at work bringing a small dose of holiday spirit to the office, a platterful set down in the center of a festive buffet table offering a small treat to bring out the child in all of us.

    Jamie Schler: 'Tis the Season to be Doubly Jolly!

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