headmaster

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

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As a headmaster he was a gigantic character; of that there can be no doubt whatever.

It was better than the forged pass signed with the headmaster's name.

"I'll decide upon your punishment later," announced the headmaster.

The headmaster is custom and the lessons are the same for all.

The headmaster stood up and rapped on his table with a knife.

The headmaster will never sanction it when it's put to him plainly.

The headmaster was at that time easily excited by a breach of the constitution.

The headmaster agreed, as he often did, and the new community was formed.

Too much depends upon the individual outlook of the Headmaster.

"I would advise you to attend," said the headmaster dangerously.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, from head (adj.) + master (n.).

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