taskmaster[ task-mas-ter, tahsk-mah-ster ]SEE DEFINITION OF taskmaster
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TASKMASTER
There the prisoners are at ease together; They hear not the voice of the taskmaster.
The taskmaster does not now interfere with him as he was wont to do when he first arrived.
What he needed was a taskmaster like you to call him to terms now and then.
But as soon as the taskmaster has departed, even a pretence of work ceases.
But when the sun set she claimed her freedom; and her taskmaster did not dare to say her nay.
We may look upon Him as a taskmaster, or we may look upon Him as a righteous Father.
But the galley-slave of the Commune will only see the taskmaster.
He fled from a taskmaster, not from one who was in any just sense a guardian.
Boys are easily mastered by a taskmaster who is master of her task.
All that the taskmaster cared for was the completion of the daily tale.