Dominican

[ US /dəˈmɪnəkən/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to Saint Dominic or the Dominican order
    Dominican monks
  2. of or relating to or characteristic of the Dominican Republic or its people
    the Dominican population
NOUN
  1. a Roman Catholic friar wearing the black mantle of the Dominican order
  2. a native or inhabitant of the Dominican Republic
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How To Use Dominican 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
  • 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
  • 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.
  • ‘If you are going to have the same chalupa in the Dominican Republic as in Jacksonville, the meat is going to come from the United States,’ he says.
  • Those of us who had the honour and the rare advantage of knowing him intimately and well over many years find, upon looking back upon that vast experience, something unique, over and above the learning, over and above the application of that learning to Thomism, which is surely the very heart of the Dominican affair. Belloc Speaks - To the Undying Memory
  • Individuals were chosen from different orders and secular clergy, but primarily they came from the Dominican Order.
  • He was on his way to visit his brother Raimond, who was a monk in the Dominican monastery there.
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