Jaffa

[ US /ˈdʒæfə/ ]
NOUN
  1. a port in western Israel on the Mediterranean; incorporated into Tel Aviv in 1950
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How To Use Jaffa In A Sentence

  • But Jaffa is writing about Shakespeare, in part, to make a now quite familiar point about the degeneration of modern culture and the collapse of the novelist as moralist. Classics of Confusion
  • Jaffa is a taut drama that benefits from an extremely strong cast. George Heymont: It's the Most Dysfunctional Time of the Year!
  • As for suburban nymphomania - well, the most I've ever been offered is a cup of Tea and a Jaffa cake.
  • Two accurate bouncers, one a no-ball, and the other, a jaffa, rising from just short of a length and jagging into Nazir and taking the edge, reminded the cricketing world what it had been missing. Vettori, Elliott lead NZ to final
  • Those who've done it well in humorous mysteries are you, Pari, Sue Ann Jaffarian, Bill Fitzhugh, and then a whole list of others who are more in the black comedy arena. Death X 2
  • Every day he eats a packet of Jaffa cakes and wholemeal biscuits and has mashed potato mixed with plain rice, baked beans and brown sauce in the evening.
  • What this primarily establishes is that Harry Jaffa is hopeless as a literary intepreter. Classics of Confusion
  • I unstuck a Jaffa Cake from my left cheek and wriggled into a pair of jeans.
  • Other foods that come under the zero-rated VAT banner, despite being "convenience foods", include Jaffa cakes, milkshakes, chocolate spread and tortilla or corn chips. Budget: VAT rise will add £33 to average shopping basket
  • Evil counselor Jaffar: You will learn one day, Great King, that there are but three things that men respect: the lash that descends, the yoke that breaks, and the sword that slays .
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