Noun(1) a clergyman; especially a settled minister or parson
(1) It is a sound reaching back to the farthest recesses of his throat, to an Etonian schooling in the late 1940s, and to classroom discipline as a Bo'ness Academy dominie in the late 1950s.(2) When she learns that he has been secretly having an affair with the tutor she joins her in attempting to oust the hapless dominie .(3) ‘I've not taught in a school since 1969,’ he told him, ever sensitive to accusations that his leadership style reflected too much of the dominie .(4) By over-professionalising we exclude mature folk whose experience would make them better dominies in a typical housing estate than a young graduate.(5) There is a rather nervous disclaimer aimed at dominies who suffer from a humour bypass.
1. dominus ::
2. domine ::
3. dominee ::
1. secular ::
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