At the back we had some of those steel cupboards where we kept our stock and I put the Jew and the Jewess in there!
So, why no Jewess in the mix of more recent and diverse Miss Americas?
Do not speak of the attachment of the Jewess to her people: that of the Gipsy is greater.
You are no longer a Jewess; you are one of our faith; there is now no bar upon our loves.
Watching her, as an eagle watches her prey, was the Jewess, her smooth false front and clean dress being signs of the holy day.
Then, as to her being a Jewess—who knows what changes love might produce?
The Castilian guards, however, refused to draw on their countrymen in defence of a Jewess.
Judith might have been tempted to do that sort of thing; she was a Jewess.
She doubted that she was worthy to pray to God—she a Jewess, who had in her possession a letter from her Christian lover!
Her mother might have been a Jewess or an Armenian or devil knew what.
a woman of Hebrew birth, as Eunice, the mother of Timothy (Acts 16:1; 2 Tim. 1:5), and Drusilla (Acts 24:24), wife of Felix, and daughter of Herod Agrippa I.