dominie

[ dom-uh-nee, doh-muh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dominie

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In his excitement the dominie had snapped the stem of his tobacco pipe in two.

He then walked to the door and admitted the barred-out Dominie.

A dominie, an auld dominie; he keepit a schule and ca'ad it an acaadamy!'

"I would not say that either, Cornal," said the dominie firmly.

You're not fit for it, lad; you have only the makings of a dominie.

"All folks don't think the same way you do, Dominie," persisted Jones.

"You're but a stranger in our town," interposed the Dominie.

Dominie Graves read out the names of the babies to be baptized that day.

"The Dominie ain't likin' Daddy and me, though," she murmured.

Besides, he was more amused than he cared to own by the originality of the Dominie.

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