Origin of druse
Words nearby druse
How to use druse in a sentence
That's actually a matter of intense debate with the Druse and Beduin communities.
Butler also seems to say that the non-Jewish population consists of three groups: Palestinians, Druse and Beduin.
At the same time, Butler's comment defines Druse and Beduin as not being Palestinian.
And for a cheap showman of the market-place to be lifting his eyes to a daughter of the Druse emirs.The Wind Bloweth|Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne
He resides at Deir al-Kamar, an old seat of the Druse amirs.
Now it is that, if ever he enjoys himself, the Druse indulges p. 326in a little relaxation.The Thistle and the Cedar of Lebanon|Habeeb Risk Allah
Tenacious as any bloodhound, the Druse had stayed on his trail until yesterday morning.
Ali reveled in the coolness, but not nearly as much as he did in the fact that, with night, the Druse camp quieted.
British Dictionary definitions for druse (1 of 2)
Word Origin for druse
British Dictionary definitions for druse (2 of 2)
- a member of a religious sect, mainly living in Syria, Lebanon, and Israel, having certain characteristics in common with Muslims
- (as modifier)Druse beliefs