matzoth matzoth


  • (n) brittle flat bread eaten at Passover



  1. In Manhattan, an ecumenical group of friends sits down to a classic Seder meal including the symbolic foods: matzoth, bitter herbs and haunch of spring lamb.
  2. For the first time since the Romans leveled Jerusalem 1,800 years ago, a Jewish army ate Passover matzoth and bitter herbs around campfires in the field.
  3. I hope you will send me his address so I may clip his letter and mail it to himbetween two slices of matzoth for greater palatability.
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/ˈtæn dʒə bəl /