dominie : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a clergyman; especially a settled minister or parson
- They are rather folksy family gatherings of White House staffers and friends; the affairs are generally bland and ecumenical, presided over by a visiting dominie who seeks only the .
- Rough as thistle and dour as dominie's broadcloth is the Scottish Presbyterian who last week took over as Great Britain's Minister of Information.
- Its gist: A dispirited dominie is cheered on Christmas Eve by remembering that at the Last Supper, Christ offered the wine to Judas Iscariot.