head-master

[ hed-mas-ter, -mah-ster ]SEE DEFINITION OF head-master

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The head-master chanted, and in the stall next to him sat Gaunt.

He would have preferred not to find the keys; but to go to the head-master with a story of their theft.

Away he hobbled, and arrived at the house of the head-master.

Before the roll was finished, the head-master was in school.

The only one who walked pretty soberly was the head-master, who had to uphold his dignity.

Had it not been, the senior boy might have expected punishment from the head-master.

The head-master bowed to the bishop, and walked away, leaving Ketch on the growl.

He no more dared to disobey him than he could have disobeyed the head-master.

The head-master and his colleagues had tried in vain to arrive at them.

Its head-master had a salary then double that of the Master of Eton.