ulster

IPA: ˈʌɫstɝ

Root Word: Ulster

noun

  • (geographical) The northern province of Ireland, made up of all six Northern Irish counties and three counties in the Republic of Ireland.
  • (politics, proscribed) The six counties that make up Northern Ireland.
  • (geographical) A county named after the Irish province in New York State: see Ulster County.
  • A township in Floyd County, Iowa, United States.
  • A town in Ulster County, New York, United States.
  • A township in Bradford County, Pennsylvania, United States.
  • (clothing, men's attire) A long, loose overcoat made of wool or other rough material, often called a greatcoat, which sometimes features an attached shoulder cape covering the back and sleeves, and which can sometimes be buttoned in front.
  • Alternative letter-case form of ulster (“men's heavy overcoat”) [(clothing, men's attire) A long, loose overcoat made of wool or other rough material, often called a greatcoat, which sometimes features an attached shoulder cape covering the back and sleeves, and which can sometimes be buttoned in front.]

Examples of "ulster" in Sentences

  • Ulster is not leaving the union.
  • The Connachta in the Ulster Cycle.
  • It is located in the province of Ulster.
  • About as official as the flag of Ulster.
  • Intermingling and intermarriage in Ulster.
  • There is no mention of industrialisation in Ulster.
  • Economic penetration was the solution of the Ulster question.
  • The Soda Farl is an important part of the Ulster fry of Ulster.
  • The Flag of Ulster is the official flag of the Ulster rugby team.
  • I hardened my heart, and took the smoke-rocket from under my ulster.
  • He famously commented that 'Ulster will fight and Ulster will be right'.
  • I ordered her to say nothing, but to get a few things packed and my ulster ready.
  • Sticking out of the breast pocket of her ulster was the big envelope containing her bid.
  • O'Neill - you will be aware that many ulster Tories share your scepticism about devolution - but it is here to stay.
  • I had an apple with me in my hand, and as I stooped to drink I thrust it deep into the pocket of my ulster to be safe.
  • When I moved here first, I was forever being told I couldnt use terms like 'the province' 'the mainland' 'ulster' etc etc.
  • There were several people on the pavement at the time, but the greeting appeared to come from a slim youth in an ulster who had hurried by.
  • Her pro - longed absence having caused some comment, her father followed her, but learned from her maid that she had only come up to her chamber for an instant, caught up an ulster and bonnet, and hurried down to the passage.
  • "If I were to ask you to describe your traveling companion I should in all probability learn that his features were very indistinct; he probably wore dark glasses, perhaps also a beard, a heavy coat -- an ulster, most likely -- and no doubt also a scarf wound tightly about his neck and chin."

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