from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A historical region and province of southwest Ireland. It was one of the kingdoms of ancient Ireland.
  • n. Variant of Muenster.

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  • proper n. The southernmost province of Ireland


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  • MUNSTER -- One timely hit was all it took for Munster to grab a conference-opening 1-0 victory over Andrean.


  • MUNSTER -- Matt Backs waited a long time to debut as the head coach of Munster.


  • Captain Munster will tell you what he said -- something about being blowed, or words to that effect.

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  • 'No, you won't,' says she; 'I'm the charterer of the Emily, and Captain Munster has acted under my orders.'

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  • 'I'll hold you responsible, Captain Munster,' says he to me, mad enough to eat scrap-iron.

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  • 'Don't let the kai-kai worry you, Captain Munster,' says she; 'if I can find grub for eighty-four mouths on the Martha, the two of you can do as much by your two vessels.

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  • 'Go about,' Captain Munster yells at me; 'go about, or you'll have me aground!'

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  • "And Burnett said, 'Well, I'll be damned -- I beg your pardon, Miss Lackland, but you have wantonly broken the recruiting laws and you know it,'" Captain Munster narrated, as they sat over their whisky, waiting for Joan to come back.

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  • She said, 'And if I catch you going ashore without orders there'll be trouble -- understand, Captain Munster?'

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  • The bad news for Munster is that Tuitupou's spear tackle on Paul Hodgson, which earned the former All Black centre a yellow card, may incur further censure.

    Toby Booth revels in London Irish's Heineken Cup win over Munster


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