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Reform Jew

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noun
a Jew who adheres to a system of religious worship adapted from Orthodox Judaism to meet the demands of contemporary life, frequently simplifying or rejecting traditional religious law and custom.
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Origin of Reform Jew

First recorded in 1865–70
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