biblical name (II Sam. viii:16), used as a mild expletive in American English from 1857.
I could almost have supposed the architect at Gran had taken the graves of the valley of jehosaphat for his model.
Her sepulchre is visible to all beholders to this present day, in the midst of the valley of jehosaphat.
This jehosaphat was king of that country, and was converted by an hermit, that was a worthy man and did much good.
This pious establishment had attached to it fields, vineyards, and a garden situated in the valley of jehosaphat.
Yes, and for awhile even I thought he would remain here till the last trumpet blew its blast through the valley of jehosaphat.
But for him I should now have my palace on the hill of Zion, and my soldiers be encamped in the valley of jehosaphat.
The first book of Kings commences with an account of the death of David, and continues to that of jehosaphat.
So jehosaphat, in high glee at having an afternoon's holiday, with the roan horse, threw on the saddle and mounted.
And there, right nigh, is the tomb of King jehosaphat, of whom the vale beareth the name.
jehosaphat Book, the cullud dominie, he run out an' tried to jump inter the waggin.