yeshiva

[ US /jɪˈʃivə/ ]
[ UK /jˈɛshɪvɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. an academy for the advanced study of Jewish texts (primarily the Talmud)
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How To Use yeshiva In A Sentence

  • He is capable of learning what he thinks is worthwhile from each of these rabbis, from each of these sects, although he studies at the yeshiva in Cotia.
  • Boris had swiped a filmstrip and accompanying audiocassette from the yeshiva he worked at in Royal Hills. How We Avenged the Blums
  • The body of one of the yeshiva students thudded to the basement floor, his jeans and T-shirt soaked with blood. The Omega Theory
  • Her father received a Jewish education at heder and yeshiva, while her mother had attended elementary school. Hadassa Ben-Itto.
  • Musar is now mostly a minor subject on the curriculum of yeshivas and seminaries.
  • Although I had imagined myself as a seeker of spirituality since having entered the yeshiva several years before, faith had been a topic that eluded me.
  • Aviner is a rabbi from the terrorist Ateret Cohanim yeshiva, which is part of the "jewish underground" of extremist and murderous squatters in the West Bank. Palestine Blogs aggregator
  • At the most famous yeshiva in pre-war Europe, most men studied bare-faced. Rabbi Yonah Bookstein: Matisyahu's Beard Goes Missing, Jewish World In A Panic
  • There being nothing that teachers at a yeshiva love more than to argue a Jewish boy out of his erroneousness, he found himself the center of attention. Kalooki Nights
  • It has a Heng Islam Yeshiva of Qinghai in this mosque.
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