Then there was the old Scotch dominie down at Chteau-Thierry, with the marines.
“You can hear me perfectly plain,” says the dominie, now kind of sad-like.
"Faith, 'tis nothing of the kind, Wilks," interrupted Coristine; but the dominie went on unheeding.
In his excitement the dominie had snapped the stem of his tobacco pipe in two.
The dominie departed, leaving us together,—he adjusting his inexpressibles, I putting in my shoe-strings.
"You're but a stranger in our town," interposed the dominie.
I recollect the dominie once, and only once, gave me a caning, about a fortnight after I went to the school.
dominie Graves read out the names of the babies to be baptized that day.
At other times I held communion with the dominie, the worthy old matron, and my books.
Besides, he was more amused than he cared to own by the originality of the dominie.