Definition of Sholom
1. shalom [n -S] - See also: shalom
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sholom
sholom (current term)
shome mishtake shurely
Literary usage of Sholom
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Paved Streets by Elias Lieberman (1917)
"sholom ALEICHEM In Memoriam Peace be with you, gentle scrivener, You who make the weary laugh, Though their backs are sorely burdened, And they trudge with ..."
2. The Standard Fire Policy: Lectures Before the Fire Insurance Club of Chicago by Guilford Alexander Deitch (1906)
"sholom, 80 11l. 558. Lewis v. Springfield F. and M. Ins. Co. (Mass.), 10 Gray 159. Breuner v. Liverpool and L. and G. Ins. Co., 51 Cal. 101. ..."
3. The Jewish Communal Register of New York City, 1917-1918 by Jewish Community of New York City, Samuel Margoshes (1918)
"Sec'y, F- Greenberg, 157 Broome St. < ..lie. idit-li sholom ... Came to U. 8. 1906. Res.: 240 E. 4th St. Cong, oii.-l. sholom ..."
4. The Drama of Transition: Native and Exotic Playcraft by Isaac Goldberg (1922)
"sholom ASCH Asch is to-day one of the most widely read of the Yiddish writers and at the same time one of the most naturally gifted. His prose, at its best, ..."