householder[ hous-hohl-der, -ohl- ]SEE DEFINITION OF householder
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOUSEHOLDER
This speaks for itself: he must have been at least a householder and a person of consideration.
Hence we conclude that the science of the king, statesman, and householder is one and the same.
You cannot bail me yourself, but you can easily get a householder to do so.
Householder writes: Please turn the Pessiphone off at the main.
I am trying to assert my rights, Dr. Grimstone—my rights as a citizen, as a householder!
“For the kingdom of heaven is like unto a man that is a householder,” &c.
This may readily be learned by any householder who will try the experiment.
Mrs. Melrose mounted her steps with the householder's secret complacency.
The ten-pounder and the householder had been stages of growth.
Letter fourth was from the steward of the Householder estate.