verb (used with or without object)
- domine, dirige nos,
- domingo, placido,
Origin of domineer
Examples from the Web for domineer
Why allow it to meddle with and domineer over things which do not concern it?Secrets of the Sword|Csar Lecat de Bazancourt
That a man arrogate to himself the right to domineer over his fellows, in any fashion whatsoever, is still inconceivable to me.Paris and the Social Revolution|Alvan Francis Sanborn
One thing, Sir Temple, you'll find us loyal to our mother, though she does domineer sometimes.
He was a little the elder, and had at first thought to domineer over his friend.Mr. Scarborough's Family|Anthony Trollope
He desired to domineer over every one, made a judge of himself and rewarded the just and punished the guilty.The Son of Monte-Cristo, Volume II (of 2)|Alexandre Dumas pre
Word Origin for domineer
1580s, from Dutch domineren "to rule" (16c.), from Middle French dominer, from Latin dominari "to rule, 'lord' it over" (see domination). Shakespeare's usage is not the earliest in English. Related: Domineering.