51 Verbs to Use for the Word schoolmaster

The greatest spirits have felt this in their reverses; and when Dionysius from king turned schoolmaster, do we feel any thing towards him but contempt?

The letter stated that ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY half-dimes had already come in, from children all over the country, to pay the schoolmaster for teaching the little English nailer to read in the Testament, and to write a legible hand.

" "Old in adversity and trial, sir," replied the schoolmaster.

He found a schoolmaster there.

"Order!" roared the schoolmaster, bringing down the ruler with a loud bang.

If the aim of the Society be only to convert men from sins they have no mind to, and to convince them of errors to which they have no temptation, they might as well be spending their money to persuade schoolmasters that two and two make four, or mathematicians that there cannot be two obtuse angles in a triangle.

I saw the schoolmaster, and I spoke to the other persons who had employed the lad.

He jests over his inclination to play the schoolmaster, to teach and to convince, and indeed many advantages accrued to him through the association with persons important by reason of their rank and services.

Come, Elsie; you've got the Dudley blood in your veins, and it doesn't do for you to call this poor sneaking schoolmaster a gentleman!" He stopped short.

'As you say, the gentleman is all red!' added the schoolmaster, with his characteristic flippancy.

At that time in England no Roman Catholic was permitted to educate his children in a foreign land, or to employ a schoolmaster of his religious belief; or keep a weapon; or have Catholic books in his house; or sit in Parliament; or when he died be buried in a parish churchyard.

'Yes, Doctor Poundtext, the gentleman, as you say, is all red,' re-echoed the schoolmaster, who by this time had recovered his self-possession.

Could she have stayed to meet the schoolmaster?

"Halloa, sir!" growled the schoolmaster, turning round.

"'Is this possible?' exclaimed the schoolmaster, 'do my eyes serve me?

Delamotte, whom Wesley had left schoolmaster at Savannah, received him at the Parsonage house, which he found much better than he expected.

" Here I had one hundred boys in one room, many of whom went fishing in summer to get up muscle to lick the schoolmaster in winter.

Charles loved his "kind old schoolmaster," as he affectionately calls him, and surely to gain the love of the boys is the main battle in school-management.

"Why, Thomasine Slade's goin' to marry the schoolmaster!

His military humor makes one fancy he was not only born in a siege, but that Bellona had been his nurse, Mars his schoolmaster, and the Furies his playfellows" (act i. 1).

The populace of Beauvais were so enraged at this that they rose up against him, massacred a schoolmaster whom he tried to protect, and would have massacred the bishop himself if troops sent from Paris had not come to his assistance.

I take this opportunity of thanking those who have so kindly assisted me in my work, and first I must mention my old schoolmaster, the Rev. Watson Hagger, M.A., to whom my readers are indebted for the portions of this book dealing with Mr. Dodgson's mathematical works.

He was thus answered by another parish oracleperhaps the schoolmaster, perhaps a weaver:"Fat better culd the man dee nir he's dune?he bud tae big's dyke wi' the feal at fit o't."

'You may as well praise a schoolmaster for whipping a boy who has construed ill,' ii. 88. SCOTCH.

" "Too late," pronounced the relentless schoolmaster in icy tones.

51 Verbs to Use for the Word  schoolmaster