Pronunciation of Master
/mˈastə/, /mˈastə/, /m_ˈa_s_t_ə/
Synonyms for master:
headman, martinet, fellow, domesticize, employer, dissimulate, lunch lady, force back, rabbi, governing body, black belt, conquistador, young gun, hierarch, possessor, dab hand, merchant navy, protoplast, unlearn, school governor, jujitsu, first officer, choke back, bursar, shadow, martial art, hide, Kung Fu, fight down, honcho, orientate, karate, merchant seaman, bottle up, class act, first mate, cultivate, conceal, develop, wunderkind, deepen, merchant marine, guidance counselor, gulp back, judo, retrain, past master, hot stuff, dissemble, host, vice chancellor, hero, dictator, school board, train.
Other synonyms and related words:
choice, above, superior, ruling, chief, zenith, furthest, paramount, chosen, dominant, foremost, signal, predominant, champion, most, elite, quintessential, furthermost, uppermost, better, Headmost, controlling, sovereign, crowning, senior, supreme, eminent, consummate, maximum, commanding, king, leading, A 1, best, ascendant.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
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Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
Sense 10 (noun)
chancellor, lunch lady, bursar, guidance counselor, governing body.
Sense 13 (noun)
merchant marine, merchant seaman, first mate, merchant navy, first officer.
expert, skilled person, female or male (noun)
director, abbot, quartermaster, president, dean, squire, lord, mother, executive, headmistress, landlord, proprietor, officer, commander, mandarin, kingpin, padrone, leader, sire, commandant, titleholder, head, proprietress, headmaster, principal, ruler, landlady, guru, manager, governor, maestro, mahatma, star, captain, authority.
number one (noun)
person in charge, female or male (noun)
commander, director, employer, captain, instructor, chieftain, ruler, administrator, overseer, governor, swami, lord, overlord, guru, general, commandant, supervisor, superintendent, tutor, conqueror, owner, manager, taskmaster, head, teacher, boss, guide, skipper, pro, patriarch.
crush, overcome, subdue, surmount, overthrow, overturn, overpower, checkmate, capture, defeat, outdo, humble, vanquish, subject, rout, beat, conquer, outplay, foil, trounce, win, quell, whip, triumph, trump.
learn; become proficient (verb)
Usage examples for master:
- Master said no one was to come in." - "Tom Swift and his Giant Cannon or, The Longest Shots on Record", Victor Appleton.
- And the saddle is left with one Master Winter at Fairemount. - "A Little Girl in Old Philadelphia", Amanda Minnie Douglas.
- In what way, young master? - "The Minute Boys of Boston", James Otis.