germane

[ jer-meyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF germane

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GERMANE

We shall borrow some hints from it, germane to our present theme.

Some were germane to the matter in hand and some seemed to strike wide of all mark.

To do so would be to treat the creatures by a law not germane to their nature.

But the address is consecutive and germane to the occasion throughout.

And you will—you won't say things—I mean things not germane to the subject?

I have introduced this point here because it is most fair and most germane.

No paltry little anecdote or incident, germane or not, is too contemptible for him.

"This woman has been sent to keep house for Maildun," said Germane.

"This woman has certainly been sent to keep house for Maildun," said Germane.

My experiences of this city are not, however, germane to this narrative.

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