Advertisement

Advertisement

View definitions for dine

dine

verb as in eat, often formally

Advertisement

Discover More

Example Sentences

Tó Nizhóní Ání means “sacred water speaks” in Horseherder’s native Diné or Navajo.

From Time

If you’re in northern Arizona, for instance, you might tell your kids that you’re on the homelands of the Diné people, then explain how the constellations traditionally help structure Diné life.

Silver Stallion cofounder Scott Nydam and Diné photographer Shaun Price take us behind the wheel of the shop and explain the group’s mission to address systemic inequities in the community.

In March, police arrested a group of wealthy businessmen and government officials who were about to dine on illegal tiger meat.

When they do dine, the Hitchcocks sometimes use Limoges china marked “Plaza Athénée.”

“When you attack public sector unions now, you are attacking the heart of the U.S. labor movement,” says Dine.

He refused to dine with people, because he did not like being agitated during meal times.

Lohse and his beleaguered fellow pledges were, he claims, forced to chug vinegar and to dine on the dreaded “vomlet.”

After we had engaged our rooms, we drove back to the hotel where Liszt was staying, and where we were to dine immediately.

“Master and Mr. Pickwick is a going to dine here at five,” replied the fat boy.

We dine late, and as there are a good many boarders, it takes some time always to change the plates.

At the office he very wisely told the story to the other gentlemen there, with whom he was to dine next day.

I've heard my father say that at the big hotels at Atlantic City and other places they have a band play while the people dine.

Synonym of the Day

Which one is a synonym for muddle?Get the answer

Start each day with the Synonym of the Day in your inbox!

By clicking "Sign Up", you are accepting Dictionary.com Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policies.

On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dine, such as: consume, eat out, feast, lunch, banquet, and breakfast.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement