Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of matzo.

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Examples

  • A half a package of matzos is like seven or eight matzos.

    Matzo Brei 101

  • The first thing you’ll need to do is take half a box of plain matzos (which you can buy year round), crack them in half, and then half again, and soak them in a bowl of hot water for a few minutes.

    Matzo Brei 101

  • The first thing you’ll need to do is take half a box of plain matzos (which you can buy year round), crack them in half, and then half again, and soak them in a bowl of hot water for a few minutes.

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  • To mention only one example, are we sure that Christ used massah unleavened bread of the shape and size of modern Jewish "matzos"?

    Holy Thursday in the Home

  • To mention only one example, are we sure that Christ used massah unleavened bread of the shape and size of modern Jewish "matzos"?

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  • They are also carrying some flourless cookies and treats, including the better of the Midtown chocolate-covered matzos I tried (Jacques Torres won out in the overalls.)

    Where To Find Passover Sweets in Midtown | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • According to ReligiousTolerance.org, blood libel began as "an unfounded rumor began in eastern England, that Jews had kidnapped a Christian child, tied him to a cross, stabbed his head to simulate Jesus' crown of thorns, killed him, drained his body completely of blood, and mixed the blood into matzos unleavened bread at time of Passover."

    Blood Libel Claim By Sarah Palin Causes Controversy

  • According to ReligiousTolerance.org, blood libel began as "an unfounded rumor began in eastern England, that Jews had kidnapped a Christian child, tied him to a cross, stabbed his head to simulate Jesus' crown of thorns, killed him, drained his body completely of blood, and mixed the blood into matzos unleavened bread at time of Passover."

    Blood Libel Claim By Sarah Palin Causes Controversy

  • That was the description given by Jews to the charge of Christian clergy who falsely accused Jews of killing Christian children in order to make matzos unleavened bread during the Passover holiday.

    Ed Koch: Reflections on Sarah Palin

  • Passover is celebrated as a restaurant meal, not as a religious gathering, though some pass out matzos sent from Hong Kong.

    Chinese Jews Face Existential Questions

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