[ US /ˈdɑmənɪk/ ]
  1. (Roman Catholic Church) Spanish priest who founded an order whose members became known as Dominicans or Black Friars (circa 1170-1221)
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How To Use Dominic In A Sentence

  • The Dominican Republic's mountainous interior and long stretches of unimproved roads make for perfect fat-tire odysseys.
  • The students would stay at the thirteenth-century Dominican priory while the brothers took a brief holiday; Mass would be said each day in the priory's chapter room.
  • The next stop was the Dominican Republic, where Mays’s All-Stars were met by so many at the airport in Ciudad Trujillo, the team’s traveling secretary said, “They must have declared a holiday.” WILLIE MAYS
  • Mr. Dominico respectfully informs the ladies and gentlemen of Washington, Georgetown, and their vicinages, that every exertion shall be used to render his performance entertaining.
  • ‘It's just a matter of hours before she gives birth,’ Dominic Moss says excitedly as he peers at the bontebok's swollen belly.
  • Belliard's October success hasn't surprised manager Tony La Russa, who said his second baseman is accustomed to playing in pressure situations because he does so every winter in the Dominican Republic. Belliard plays up to Cards' expectations
  • But Dominic Iglesias made effort to comfort him, speaking not uncheerfully, determining even to fight the fatigue and weakness which, as he could not but own, daily increased on him, if only for the sake of this faithful and simple adherent. The Far Horizon
  • Above Dominic's bed hangs the watercolour painting he made as a gift for his twin sister Rebecca and the letters sent to him by relatives and friends.
  • One of Stan Kasten's final missions as team president of the Nationals was assisting Major League Baseball in its ongoing effort to cleanse from the Dominican Republic corrupt practices in signing youthful players. Catching up with Stan Kasten on the Dominican issue, etc.
  • He was 17 when the Expos acquired the high school dropout off the Dominican sandlots in March 1993.
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