dominee : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a clergyman; especially a settled minister or parson
- Quickly the mother said under her breath: "Will explain that later," while the father, a wise and scholarly dominee of the Dutch Reformed Church, replied with equal quietness and .
- At the committee table, the white-haired Protestant dominee rubbed shoulders with the boyish Catholic priest, the leader of the socialist youth movement, and the bald-headed .
- Sunday is the Lord's day; sports, cinema and TV are forsworn for lengthy sermons of a dominee at the local church.