Racine [ruh-seen, ra- or, French, ra-seen for 1; ruh-seen, rey- for 2] Examples noun
- Jean Bap·tiste [zhahn ba-teest] /ʒɑ̃ baˈtist/, 1639–99, French dramatist.
- a city in SE Wisconsin.
Examples from the Web for racine Contemporary Examples of racine
In November 2012, police officers in Racine County, Wisconsin, pulled Matson over for running a flashing red light.
October 3, 2014
“I understand your mayor recently suffered the misfortune of being blown up,” Racine says.
January 10, 2014
We were the only Sikhs in our entire school, and there was only one other Sikh family in Racine, the town where we lived.
Simran Jeet Singh
August 5, 2013
Historical Examples of racine
It is a busy district between Racine and Sheffield (251 miles).
Reuben Gold Thwaites
Twelve days afterwards Marivaux followed Racine to the grave.
The story was perhaps found by Racine in Floridon, a tale by Segrais.
Nothing could dignify Pradon’s play, as nothing could really degrade that of Racine.
The two great names in French tragedy are Corneille and Racine.
William Cleaver Wilkinson
British Dictionary definitions for racine Racine noun
- Jean Baptiste (ʒɑ̃ batist). 1639–99, French tragic poet and dramatist. His plays include Andromaque (1667), Bérénice (1670), and Phèdre (1677)