post master

[ pohst-mas-ter, -mah-ster ]SEE DEFINITION OF post master
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In January of the present year, the post master of Brooklyn.

The post master was absent, and the office in charge of his wife.

As long as old Uncle Crocker was post master, there was no difficulty.

A Post Master however, not receiving the full list, I will give in detail.

She was determined to overtake this uncle and show him to the post master.

"Prevent the marriage and I will set you up," said the post master.

"That coat belongs to Mr. F., our post master," remarked the knight of the goose.

Rumors, detrimental not only to his reputation as a man of business, but to his character as a post master, soon got abroad.

Some of the numerous complaints made to the Department and the post master of New York, involved large sums of money.

This train of thought was interrupted by the post master, who rather abruptly asked.