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1A member of the mystical knightly order in the Star Wars films, trained to guard peace and justice in the Universe.
- ‘The Jedi are primarily mystical, though they can, of course, deploy their knowledge of Right to achieve intellectual understanding.’
- ‘They were all but exterminated by the Jedi a thousand years ago, but the evil order continued in secrecy.’
- ‘I don't know if I buy the whole notion of Jedi as peaceful warriors only striking out in defence.’
- ‘If Darth Maul can kill the Jedi he'll easily be able to kill any palace guards remaining.’
- ‘The Jedi are stretched to the limit trying to keep peace and order in the galaxy.’
- 1.1 Anyone with special privileges or supernormal powers reminiscent of a Jedi.‘these guys hang out in places mere mortal lobbyists who were not Jedi warriors cannot go’
- ‘Within five minutes all twenty-four of us Jedi were standing in the Council room waiting instructions.’
- ‘Through your decisions, you may become either a light-side or dark-side Jedi.’
- ‘With the exception of battling other Jedi, you'll be slicing your way through this game in no time.’
- ‘True Jedi know that all power comes ultimately from within, and so it is within ourselves that we must look if we are to prevail.’
- ‘Tyrannous led all us Jedi into the hall while Sidious looked for Mace and me.’
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