Origin of Druze
OTHER WORDS FROM DruzeDru·ze·an, Dru·zi·an, adjective
Examples from the Web for druze
The problem of lack of zoning by the State for construction in the Druze villages is seething under the surface.
The Druze are a religious/ethnic minority without national aspirations.
They proudly take an Israeli flag on all of their outings, and display an Israeli and a Druze flag in all of their branches.
The Christians and Druze communities, while not culpable, know what al-Qaida did to minorities in Iraq and elsewhere.
Nor was he one habitually, for he himself informed me that this loan to the Druze chieftain was his sole investment of the kind.
Dr. De Forest used to say, that there is not a boor in the Druze nation.
There thou shalt find a welcome far more hospitable than the Druze will give thee.
The Druze religion teaches the people that it is right to lie to all except Druzes.
Nideh, the Druze girl down stairs is ready with another song.