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Jezreel

[jez-ree-uh l, -el, jez-reel]
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noun
  1. Plain of, Esdraelon.
Related formsJez·re·el·ite, noun
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Examples from the Web for jezreel

Historical Examples

  • And Jezreel, which was a sign of dispersion, shall be the sign of gathering.

    The Lost Ten Tribes, and 1882

    Joseph Wild

  • So Jehu said, "If it is your will, let no one escape from the city to bring news to Jezreel."

    The Children's Bible

    Henry A. Sherman

  • Why should the captain of the host be driving thus furiously to Jezreel?

  • The hideous, bleeding trophies were packed in fig-baskets and sent to Jezreel.

  • The chariot reached Jezreel, and at the city gate Elijah stopped.


British Dictionary definitions for jezreel

Jezreel

noun
  1. Plain of Jezreel another name for Esdraelon
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