How to use devine in a sentence
“She is a very appealing candidate in the way she talks about these things,” devine said.Why the Left Loves Warren, But Won’t Swoon for Sanders | David Freedlander | December 19, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The first is what Scottish historian Tom devine calls “imperial amnesia.”Scotland’s ‘Yes’ Campaign and the Myth of Scottish Equality | Noah Caldwell | September 18, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
“Some celebrities like to get behind water conservation or helping the homeless get back on their feet,” devine said.
“It was like a romantic comedy,” devine said, joking about how he met his co-creators of the show.
In a Funny or Die video out today, Adam devine spoofs reality TV.
Dr. devine, another able and sincere man who is by no means a Socialist, was a member of the Committee.The Common Sense of Socialism | John Spargo
Just send me your plate by the fair hands of our young devine.Signing the Contract and What it Cost | Martha Finley
Montenegro "stood up spontaneously to defend the Serbian cause: she fought and she fell," says Mr. devine.The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1 | Henry Baerlein
Do you not see that your child calls you by one of the names—the Christ-chosen name of the devine Being?Broken Bread | Thomas Champness
In the early spring, before Blanche devine moved in, there came stonemasons, who began to build something.Cheerful--By Request | Edna Ferber
British Dictionary definitions for Devine
George (Alexander Cassady). 1910–65, British stage director and actor: founded (1956) the English Stage Company in London's Royal Court Theatre
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