Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of matzah.

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Examples

  • Dr. Mahmoud Al-Said Al-Kurdi stated, The Talmud, the second holiest book for the Jews, determines that the 'matzahs' of Atonement Day must be kneaded 'with blood' from a non-Jew.

    Letter From Egypt

  • Dr. Mahmoud Al-Said Al-Kurdi stated, The Talmud, the second holiest book for the Jews, determines that the 'matzahs' of Atonement Day must be kneaded 'with blood' from a non-Jew.

    Letter From Egypt

  • These bigots justified their prejudice by claiming that Jews were financial pariahs, murdered Jesus, used the blood of gentile children to make their Passover matzahs and a variety of other hateful slurs.

    Larry Gellman: A New Year's Resolution

  • Instead, they'll be tasting their first matzahs sold in a box, celebrating the holiday in their new homes in upstate Rockland County.

    The Jewish Week (BETA)

  • Instead, they'll be tasting their first matzahs sold in a box, celebrating the holiday in their new homes in upstate Rockland County.

    The Jewish Week (BETA)

  • With fork, mix for 1 minute so matzahs are thoroughly coated.

    foodconsumer.org

  • Crumble matzahs into large bowl, two squares at a time, making pieces from crumbs to 1-inch chunks.

    foodconsumer.org

  • Instead, they'll be tasting their first matzahs sold in a box, celebrating the holiday in their new homes in upstate Rockland County.

    The Jewish Week (BETA)

  • Instead, they'll be tasting their first matzahs sold in a box, celebrating the holiday in their new homes in upstate Rockland County.

    The Jewish Week (BETA)

  • Instead, they'll be tasting their first matzahs sold in a box, celebrating the holiday in their new homes in upstate Rockland County.

    The Jewish Week (BETA)

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