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  • n. Plural form of shikse.


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  • Christ, how I hated the great outdoors – especially since, just to really torture me, my mother had chosen this camp full of shikses from Westchester County.

    State of the Union

  • As he opens the door he sees two beautiful and sexy girls who ask him, “Are you the guy who ordered two shikses for one night?”

    2003 December | Jewschool

  • In a classic description of what the Nazis called rassenschande (racial defilement), Portnoy explains that he lusts after blonde shikses not because he is drawn to them individually but because that is how he can "conquer America."

    Philip Roth and the Jews: An Exchange

  • In which 1969 novel would you find this characteristic passage: I lace up my skates with weak, trembling fingers, and then out into the cold and after them I move… behind a fluttering covey of them - a nosegay of shikses, a garland of gentile girls… How do they get so gorgeous, so healthy, so blond? - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph


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