masters[ mas-terz, mah-sterz ]SEE DEFINITION OF masters
Synonyms for masters
- commanding officer
- head person
- slave driver
- spiritual leader
- top dog
Antonyms for masters
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MASTERS
Once more the Egyptians were masters within their own house.
Your squires are doubtless worthy the fame of their masters.
The masters must have hated the school much more than the boys did.
In your choice of a son-in-law you should not blindly follow the anger which masters you.
The work was done by the natives, but under the direction of their masters, the Dutch.
Two masters of Greenlandmen were employed as pilots for each ship.
Mr. Milliken was the first of Edison's masters, and perhaps his fellows, who appreciated him.
Evidently the masters used to buy their fish from the market in the corner.
No institution was ever more popular; no masters more beloved.
The other masters lived at a distance, and Ketch's old legs were aching.
late 14c., originally a degree giving one authority to teach in a university; from master (n.) in its general sense of "man of learning" (early 13c.), "a teacher" (c.1200).