When the schoolteacher's turn shall come, then let tyranny and bigotry beware.
We thought you was only a schoolteacher, wrapped up in rhymes and birds!
It was something for a schoolteacher, counted a mild and childlike man.
He married again—a schoolteacher, and it wasn't a year, quite, after—the earthquake.
Bitterly she denied unto herself that she was really a schoolteacher.
Anybody would think that I was your schoolteacher, Mother mine!
Emily'd been a schoolteacher in her early life and she'd never got over it.
The schoolteacher plodded homeward, her eyes downcast and sad.
Very lovely indeed; made more so by her position next to the sallow weediness of the schoolteacher Stella Wainwright.
Could he say that he had become very much interested in studying a schoolteacher—a very charming school-teacher?