2. Noun. (plural of jubilee) ¹
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Definition of Jubilees
1. jubilee [n] - See also: jubilee
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Literary usage of Jubilees
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. New Englander and Yale Review by Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight (1888)
"THE BOOK OP jubilees.*—A book written by a Jew of Palestine, at the time of Christ's preaching, or of Paul's, gets from that very fact, ..."
2. Recollections of an Old Musician by Thomas Ryan (1899)
"... pieces are works written by our native composers, together with great oratorios and some trash. What does it all mean ? When did the jubilees occur ? ..."
3. Journal of Theological Studies (1903)
"In the Book of jubilees (chap, iv 17 : ed. Charles, pp. 37 ff.) it is said of Enoch that he was the first among men who learnt writing and '• knowledge ..."
4. Morsels of Criticism: Tending to Illustrate Some Few Passages in the Holy by Edward King (1800)
"Of Great jubilees, every quaternion of centuries, or every four hundred years ; for a ... Of an entire revolution of Great jubilees of jubilees;—or of three ..."
5. Pseudepigrapha: An Account of Certain Apocryphal Sacred Writings of the Jews by William John Deane (1891)
"The age, however, which witnessed the rediscovery of " The Assumption of Moses" has been gratified by the reappearance of the Book of jubilees. ..."
6. Introduction to the Study of the Gospels by Brooke Foss Westcott (1882)
"This spirit was evoked in its full energy by the rise of Christianity, and distinctly animates the Book of jubilees} 1 vii. 43 (vii. 12). ..."