a poetical name for the people of Israel, used in token of affection, meaning, "the dear upright people" (Deut. 32:15; 33:5, 26; Isa. 44:2).
In our version are these words: 'And he was King in jeshurun.'
jeshurun waxed fat and kicked; if it had not been for the wax and the fat, he would not have kicked.
Soon after his removal, he began to issue a monthly journal, jeshurun.
So the faro-banks flourished and the gamblers waxed fat like jeshurun, the ass, and kicked never so boldly at the conscript man.
Yes, the ox would come and drink the water, and jeshurun would wax fat and kick.
There is none like the God of jeshurun, who rideth on the heaven in their help, and in his excellency on the sky.
The process is a salutary if not a pleasant one—and has been applied remorsely ever since jeshurun waxed fat and kicked.
We're so near, maybe jeshurun will be willing to go, if he doesn't have to carry me on his back.
Are my fellow-laborers afraid that jeshurun will wax fat and kick, if he has too much food?
And he was king in jeshurun, when the heads of the people and the tribes of Israel were gathered together.