dom Definitions

Dom \Dom\ (d[o^]m), n. [Pg. See Don.]

1. A title anciently given to the pope, and later to other church dignitaries and to some monastic orders. See Don, and Dan.

2. In Portugal and Brazil, the title given to a member of the higher classes.

Discover More the word dom

Synonyms for domScrabble the word dom

Examples include dom

  • Bar Ponte Pênsil, Porto £ A location on the Douro’s Ribeira bank of the river makes this a perfect spot for sundowners while soaking up views of the Douro, Ribeira, Gaia and the Dom Luis I bridge. (Rua Cimo do Muro 27; 222 085 342; barpontepensil.com). telegraph.co.uk

  • "After a week, we reached peak corona uncertainty. Day six is a turning point, I was told: that’s when you either get better or head for ICU. But was Dom fighting off the bug or was he heading for a ventilator? Who knew? telegraph.co.uk

  • "Even before he had been diagnosed with coronavirus, there was a message from Number 10 that Dom would be his deputy,” the minister said. "The relationship between the two of them is very strong, and you know with Dom that he plays with a straight bat.  telegraph.co.uk

  • "I felt breathless, sometimes achy, but Dom couldn’t get out of bed. Day in, day out for 10 days he lay 'doggo' with a high fever and spasms that made the muscles lump and twitch in his legs. He could breathe, but only in a limited, shallow way. telegraph.co.uk

  • Address: Avenida Infante Dom Henrique 85, Glória Getting there: taxi recommended (around R$20 from Copacabana) Contact: 00 55 21 2524 2290; novodesenho.com.br Opening times: Mon-Fri, midday-6pm; Sat, Sun, midday-7pm Payment type: credit cards accepted telegraph.co.uk

  • After months of "Classic Dom" jibes on Twitter over problems the government has encountered, the Prime Minister's chief of staff has shown that he is very good at winning votes - not just in a referendum. telegraph.co.uk

  • Ali and Dom Beavan gave us their ideas to surprise and delight the couple without too much risk of buying the same thing as another guest – including some ideas designed for those last minute buyers in our ranks... telegraph.co.uk

  • Along the way, opener Dom Sibley made 22 from 63 balls on test debut and captain Joe Root scrambled 2 runs from 22 balls as England progressed at a glacial pace through the first two sessions, at little more than two runs per over. telegraph.co.uk

  • And he’d delivered on that as well. He’d guaranteed the Tory conference would be a huge success by making sure it might not happen. Classic Dom. A man for all seasons. Though mostly for a nuclear winter. theguardian.com

  • And now it has emerged that LVMH – the company behind world-leading champagne brands Moët & Chandon, Dom Pérignon, Veuve Clicquot, Krug, Ruinart and Mercier – is also looking to buy up an English vineyard. telegraph.co.uk

  • As one explained: "Dom was very sensible in talking about it being a Cabinet collective and team effort from the off. We are all thinking: 'What would Boris do? What would he want us to do? How would he want us to behave?'  telegraph.co.uk

  • Chris Woakes is a very good bowler in English conditions and will have a part to play to keep the pressure on West Indies. And as we get into the fifth day, this pitch will turn for the offspinner Dom Bess.  telegraph.co.uk

  • Correspondents Tom Phillips and Dom Phillips in Rio de Janeiro have reported that experts fear the consequences of Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro, continuing to downplay the threat of the coronavirus pandemic to public health. theguardian.com

  • Decent advert for five-day cricket this. Rabada gets off strike with a single through the leg side. Can England keep Philander on strike and give Bess a crack at the No 11 next over? Yes they can. Over to you Dom. telegraph.co.uk