How to use douma in a sentence
“We can't leave our homes,” one resident of a neutral neighborhood next to douma told The Daily Beast.
“There is a tension between people, especially today,” said the resident near douma.
The political revolution was accomplished, the Czar was imprisoned, and the douma reigned supreme.The Book of Life: Vol. I Mind and Body; Vol. II Love and Society | Upton Sinclair
A douma, which included the old names and in one case a former member, was beckoned into existence.The Rise of the Russian Empire | Hector H. Munro
He repeated the speeches of the merchants in the douma without malice, and clearly depicted the life in the city.Mother | Maksim Gorky
British Dictionary definitions for douma
a variant spelling of duma
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