Synonym: Dean, James Byron Dean, James Dean, doyen. Similar words: deaf, idea, deal, dead, ideal, dealt, death, wean. Meaning: [diːn] n. 1. an administrator in charge of a division of a university or college 2. United States film actor whose moody rebellious roles made him a cult figure (1931-1955) 3. a man who is the senior member of a group 4. (Roman Catholic Church) the head of the College of Cardinals.
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(1) The dean beckoned to me to come mearer.
(2) The students much like the new dean.
(3) The dean left this matter to me.
(4) The Dean adjudicates any faculty disputes.
(5) The dean cautioned him against being late.
(6) During his tenure as dean, he had a real influence on the students.
(7) She is the new dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences.
(8) The dean tasked me to conduct experiments with new teaching methods.
(9) Marilyn Monroe and James Dean are still icons for many young people.
(10) Dean produced another bottle and handed it round.
(11) Another prolific scorer is Dean Saunders.
(12) Who is the dean of the Foreign Languages Department?
(13) The dean threw out a suggestion.
(14) I have tremendous respect for Dean.
(15) Teenagers made Dean their idol.
(16) The dean bridled with anger at my request.
(17) Dean thinks his teachers have it in for him.
(18) Neier is the dean of American human rights activism.
(19) James Dean was a cult hero of the fifties.
(20) You can count on Dean to ruin any party.
(21) Dean was there? No kidding!
(22) His love of James Dean movies verged on fanaticism.
(23) The dean allocated the funds to several students. Sentencedict.com
(24) The dean returned in the late afternoon.
(25) This was Torvill and Dean at their best.
(26) The dean turned away two applicants this morning.
(27) Our dean hasn't turned 40 yet.
(28) He also began a running feud with Dean Acheson.
(29) The film features James Dean as a disaffected teenager.
(30) He was evasive about the circumstances of his first meeting with Stanley Dean.