paymaster

[ pey-mas-ter, -mah-ster ]SEE DEFINITION OF paymaster

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We are no longer his soldiers, since we have ceased to follow him; and he, on his side, is no longer our paymaster.

He will be paymaster, and you will conform to his wishes strictly as regards expense.

Maecenas with the humanists was almost synonymous with paymaster.

"A droll fellow that of the Paymaster's," they said of him in the town.

The Paymaster's rattan sounded on the stair, and "Here's John," said his sister.

The Paymaster stared at this encounter, in some ways so much beyond his comprehension.

The pensioners shared their attention between the Paymaster and the boy.

The Paymaster took his rattan and knocked noisily on the table for the landlord.

The Paymaster drew up as if he had been shot, and swore warmly to himself.

"Glad to see you back, Islay," said the Paymaster, proffering his Sabbath snuff-mull.

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