How to use shochet in a sentence
Heyman, Heinrich Wilhelm David, son of a shochet (slaughterer) in poor circumstances.Some Jewish Witnesses For Christ | Rev. A. Bernstein, B.D.
What exactly I proposed to do to help him, I don't know, but something drove me after the poor shochet.Yiddish Tales | Various
Even the shochet sometimes goes away for a whole week, so when should they find time to quarrel?
The shochet is not at home, he has gone to a neighboring village; that is why the calf is still lowing in the house.
The only people who remain to be envied are our two young men, the shochet's son with the shochet's son-in-law.
British Dictionary definitions for shochet
(in Judaism) a person who has been specially trained and licensed to slaughter animals and birds in accordance with the laws of shechita
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