Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of shiksa.

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Examples

  • I was incredulous—until I left home and saw for myself that Jewish guys act differently with shiksas than they do with Jewish girls.

    Roseanne Archy

  • Listening to the way Jewish guys talk, I could never believe that their lecherous ways would work so well on the shiksas.

    Roseanne Archy

  • They do not realize that no woman really likes them all that much once she gets to know what a bunch of whiners they are, and so, once they get dumped for a smarter, richer Jewish guy, they keep trying to get with newer, thinner, dumber shiksas, and that takes some money when you look like a Dustin Hoffman.

    Roseanne Archy

  • We thought we'd buy ourselves some long skirts to wear to the shul so we wouldn't stick out like the sore thumbs/former shiksas/technical half-Jews we are.

    Meredith Lopez: Welcome To The Tribe, Little Man

  • Look, don't get me wrong: Jesus invented shiksas, so I'm totally okay with him.

    Apres le Qvelling

  • So much of the book is heavy with meaning and counter-meaning, innuendo and awful implication, that translation would be a challenge even without its freight of rich consonantal Manchester Yiddish – its mitzvahs, shiksas, farshimelts, meshuggeners and yisgadals.

    Guardian book club: Kalooki Nights by Howard Jacobson

  • It conjures up the bizarre world of Jewish Alaska, where Yiddish is a second language and for many a first language, and where shiksas and goyims are rare, and mensches do what mensches have to do.

    Frühlingsbücher 4: Philip Palmer « Memesis Virtualis

  • What did the tiresome tension between parents and children in lower-middle-class Jewish Newark — arguments about shiksas and shrimp cocktail, about going to synagogue and being good — have to do with Shakespeare and the stoicism of Seneca, or, for that matter, with all the abundance of the unimaginable life to come?

    Jersey Boy - Paper Cuts Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Hirsch blames it on the "myth that the Jewish woman is loud and abrasive" - and in TV-land terms, not as sexy as the shiksas.

    PRIME-TIME MENSCH

  • Can't you find a nice Jewish girl instead of these alcoholic shiksas?

    Felicia C. Sullivan: How to Survive the Holidays Without Bludgeoning Your Family with the Turkey

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