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kibbutznik

Syllabification: kib·butz·nik
Pronunciation: /kiˈbo͝otsnik
 
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Definition of kibbutznik in English:

noun

A member of a kibbutz.
Example sentences
  • It was a mixed experience: I didn't get along particularly well with other kibbutzniks, but I enjoyed the work and I admired the Israelis, particularly those my age.
  • Yet at the same time, especially since the baby boomers came on the scene, many American women have treated the experience of motherhood as an exercise in self-expression - indeed, they do so more fervently than the kibbutzniks.
  • Israeli kibbutzniks and Scandinavian drifters loitered in Dahab because no one else would.

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