Thesaurus / germane
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
The subject assigned me is incidental rather than germane to the work of this Congress.
The series of resolutions, as introduced by the honorable Senator from Mississippi, are germane one to the other.
A REPORT OF THE DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS IN THE SECRET SESSIONS OF THE CONFERENCE CONVENTIONLUCIUS EUGENE CHITTENDEN
Thou Germane prince of plants, each year to thee,Thousands of subjects grant a subsidy.
ON THE PORTRAITS OF ENGLISH AUTHORS ON GARDENING,SAMUEL FELTON
One is not the incident of the other, nor in any respect germane to the other.
CHARLES SUMNER; HIS COMPLETE WORKS, VOLUME VIII (OF 20)CHARLES SUMNER
This is a digression, but very germane to the matter in hand.
MY EXPERIENCES IN A LUNATIC ASYLUMHERMAN CHARLES MERIVALE
But their correction of the texts of Scripture, and their bibliographical work, are germane to our subject.
OLD ENGLISH LIBRARIESERNEST SAVAGE
At Fawkham, however, on the higher ground to the east I found something more germane to the pilgrimage.
ENGLAND OF MY HEART--SPRINGEDWARD HUTTON
He ceased speaking, realizing that what he might have said to Ardmore was not germane to the point at issue.
THE LITTLE BROWN JUG AT KILDAREMEREDITH NICHOLSON
This suggests another subject germane to our line of thought.
A BOOK WRITTEN BY THE SPIRITS OF THE SO-CALLED DEADC. G. HELLEBERG
Therefore she plied her wicked wits to force an issue more germane to her desires.
THE HISTORICAL NIGHTS ENTERTAINMENT, SECOND SERIESRAFAEL SABATINI
WORDS RELATED TO GERMANE
- holding together
- holding water
- most likely
- in the same category
- in touch with
- knit together
- of that ilk
- tied up
- ad rem
- having direct bearing on
- having to do with
- on the button
- on the nose
- pertaining to
- to the point
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