Wandering Jew

NOUN
  1. a legendary Jew condemned to roam the world for mocking Jesus at the Crucifixion
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  • James Joyce uses the topos of the Wandering Jew in his Ulysses
  • Wandering Jew; that is to say, with a great deal of noise, but without much damnifying any one, as the public soon formed a true judgment of M. Sue and of the tendency of his works. Canada and the Canadians Volume I
  • Wandering Jew Tradescantia zebrina: Also known as “Inch Plant”, Wandering Jew has leaves with strong dark green and silvery green contrast. What Plants Are Cubicle-Friendly? | Lifehacker Australia
  • The " Wandering Jew " acquires abstract terms with which to describe the various scenes which he visits.
  • James Joyce uses the topos of the wandering jew in his ulysses.
  • Pope Joan, the Wandering Jew, the decuman or tenth wave, the blackness of negroes, Friar Bacon's brazen head, etc. Brief History of English and American Literature
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  • Accordingly, four plants containing raphides were selected, two of which, the _Calla cassia_ and Indian turnip, were highly acrid, and two, the _Fuchsia_ and _Tradescantia_, or Wandering Jew, were perfectly bland to the taste. Scientific American Supplement, No. 829, November 21, 1891
  • Wandering Jew (Tradescantia zebrina): Also known as "Inch Plant", Wandering Jew has leaves with strong dark green and silvery green contrast.
  • That is not the true image; no! he should have been a growthless, decayless being, impassive to time or season, a silent cloud -- the wandering Jew. Famous Reviews
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