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Definition of "domine" [dom•i•ne]

  • Lord; master. (noun)
  • A clergyman; especially a settled minister or parson. (noun)
  • A West Indian fish (Epinula magistralis), of the family Trichiuridae. (noun)

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Use "domine" in a sentence
  • "Almost as important as the domine was the _voorleezer_ or chorister, who was also generally the bell-ringer, sexton, grave-digger, funeral inviter, schoolmaster, and sometimes town clerk."
  • "One 'domine' has been known to brave public opinion and ride a bicycle, but for a mother in"
  • "Nothing but love of the man brings the 'domine' a wife, and she knows that there will be inquisitorial eyes and not too kind speeches about her behaviour from the 'faithful,' while the great people, to their loss, will ignore her socially in much the same way as Queen"