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noun as in collective farm

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It was there, and later on in travels in the Middle East, and working on a kibbutz, and elsewhere, that I started recognizing this really powerful force of culture that was incredibly important but really invisible.

Meir Yaari, a leader of the kibbutz movement, observed that “these days no fear is an exaggeration.”

After coming to play for Israeli teams, he married Sharon Artzi, a Jewish Israeli track and field standout from a kibbutz near the Sea of Galilee.

Marzipan Flowers tells the story of Hadas Regal, a 48-year-old woman living on a kibbutz in southern Israel.

On Thursday, the Israel Defense Forces thwarted an attack of 13 Palestinian gunmen who emerged near Kibbutz Sufa near the border.

In the early days, Israel did the same, secretively producing millions of bullets below a fake kibbutz.

British soldiers occasionally came to the kibbutz, but enough advance warning kept suspicions low.

Yarden was on her way home from school when a Qassam hit their kibbutz, landing less than 100 feet away.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to kibbutz, such as: commune, collective, farm, settlement, and hora.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.