* he hath.
The base affection of this woman being disappointed, was
changed into rancorous hatred, and she exults in the
opportunity of being revenged on Joseph. She begins her
accusation in the affected language of offended modesty,
rage, and disdain, by charging her husband, whom we may
reasonably assume she did not greatly love, with being an
accessory to the indignity she pretended to have received:
"He hath brought in a Hebrew," a very abomination to an
Egyptian, "to mock us," insult and treat me in a base,
* an Hebrew.
17 10:21 14:13 40:15 Ps 120:3 Eze 22:5
* he came.
7 Ps 35:11 55:3 Pr 10:18 Isa 51:7 54:17 Mt 5:11 26:59 Lu 23:2
2Co 6:8 1Pe 2:20 3:14-18 4:14-19
* loud. Heb. great.