Definitions of Demain

  1. Rule; management.
  2. See Demesne.
  3. A manor house and land.
  4. Same as DEMESNE.
  5. Estate in lands; a house, and land adjoining, kept for the proprietor's own nse: often used in the plu. demesnes.

Usage examples for Demain

  1. " Let all go to bed," and similar phrases were echoed among the groups and presently we all separated, after many cordial a demain. – My Home In The Field of Honor by Frances Wilson Huard
  2. Je prends le malade et le sain L'un aujourd'hui, l'autre le demain. – Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3) by Isaac Disraeli
  3. A demain then, a demain! – The Garden Of Allah by Robert Hichens
  4. " No." " Then a demain. – My Home In The Field of Honor by Frances Wilson Huard
  5. Kyrie, je prie tous les Saints, Christe, que ce soin demain. – A Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, Volume One by Thomas Frognall Dibdin
  6. Il me faudra partir demain. – French Conversation and Composition by Harry Vincent Wann
  7. She insisted upon putting me to bed directly after dinner, " to be prettier for milor demain!" – Red Hair by Elinor Glyn
  8. J'ai quelques affaires; demain il sera temps. – A Selection from the Comedies of Marivaux by Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de Marivaux
  9. The Emperor and the Empress complimented him on his dress and military appearance, and Bonaparte said to him Venez me voir en particulier demain matin. – The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2) by John Holland Rose
  10. The General Manager had his winter residence there- a meticulously cultivated demain which lay like a blue spot in a cloudy sky. – Children of the Desert by Louis Dodge
  11. 20 Nous yrons au corps We shall goo to the corps Demain a loffrande. – Dialogues in French and English by William Caxton
  12. In " demain," for August, 1917, we find the wonderful story of the fight in which this man was wounded and was then given brotherly help by the German soldiers. – The Forerunners by Romain Rolland
  13. C'est impossible to cook pour everybody demain. – Ungava by R.M. Ballantyne
  14. He go demain, I b'lieve, and Mademoiselle Edith go too. – Ungava by R.M. Ballantyne