OTHER WORDS FROM UlsterUl·ster·ite [uhl-stuh-rahyt], /ˈʌl stəˌraɪt/, noun
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How to use Ulster in a sentence
The astonishing fact is that these unspeakable events in England were not as hideous as the everyday horrors in Ulster.Paul Theroux: The Day Boston Felt the World’s Pain|Paul Theroux|May 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The two are covered with dust and very thirsty; Marie wears a long dust-colored ulster, and he a wind-proof coat and high boots.The Real Latin Quarter|F. Berkeley Smith
She was going 163 into Mr. Vandergriffs store when she saw a man, bundled in a big ulster, talking with the proprietor.
Jess saw that he was a little man, and the high ulster collar muffled the lower part of his face.
The decentralising system might be carried much further, and Perrott recommended a President for Ulster.
They came out of Ulster and traversed Connaught in companies of twenty at a time.
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Cultural definitions for Ulster
A historic division of Ireland, located in the northeastern part of the island. Six of its nine counties are in Northern Ireland. (See Republic of Ireland.)