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noun as in proprietor

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The screams of the injured and dying would have been heard mixed with the yells of warriors, shouts of alarm from householders and servants, and the crack of musket fire and clash of steel.

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A lobbyist charged alongside Householder later identified Gray, who resigned after Householder’s arrest, as the unnamed staffer who attended a dinner detailed in the indictment.

In America, and in most of western culture, the soldier and the householder are models of social virtue.

The unlucky householder, taking no thought of the morrow, was without a spade.

Every householder finds that in the late evening her "servants" entertain their numerous "cousins" and friends at her expense.

Each householder was required to keep at least three sheep, and these, with the fields of flax, supplied bedding and clothing.

So the servants of the householder came and said unto him, Sir, didst thou not sow good seed in thy field?

Iron pots and knives were necessities which the wise householder carried with him from his eastern or southern home.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to householder, such as: homeowner, landlord, mortgagee, and owner.

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