Definition of Magisters

1. Noun. (plural of magister) ¹



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Definition of Magisters

1. magister [n] - See also: magister

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Magisters

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magilps
magique
magiric
magirists
magirology
magism
magisms
magister
magisterial
magisteriality
magisterially
magisterialness
magisterium
magisteriums
magisters (current term)
magistery
magistracies
magistracy
magistral
magistrality
magistrally
magistrals
magistrand
magistrands
magistrate
magistrates
magistratic
magistratical
magistratically

Literary usage of Magisters

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1. John Hus: The Commencement of Resistance to Papal Authority on the Part of by Albert Henry Wratislaw (1882)
"The Bohemian magisters approved, while the Germans opposed, the French proposal. ... On this occasion the German magisters first entreated the king to ..."

2. Essays by the Late Mark Pattison: Sometime Rector of Lincoln College by Mark Pattison (1889)
"The good old-fashioned poetizing, such as the magisters in Cologne and Paris ... We are not to suppose that the ' magisters' of the Old School sat quietly ..."

3. A History of Bohemian Literature by Francis Lützow (1907)
"At a meeting of the magisters which took place in May of that year, and over which Walter Harasser, then rector of the university, presided, the twenty-four ..."

4. The Story of Prague by Francis Lützow, Nelly Erichsen (1902)
"The magisters of the Prague University expressed surprise that the Papal envoys attributed greater authority to the ' fallible Church than to the infallible ..."

5. The Records of Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, Del., from 1697 by Holy Trinity Church (Wilmington, Del.), Horace Burr (1890)
"Those present wrote down their yearly contribution for the support of the magisters. 8th. Some on another paper set down what they would give me for ..."

6. Philosophie-geschichtliches Lexikon: Historisch-biographisches by Ludwig Noack (1879)
"... der ein wohlhabender Schuhmachermeister in Königsberg war, konnte der Candidat die Kosten bestreiten, um die Würde eines magisters der Philosophie zu ..."

7. Papers of the Historical Society of Delaware by Historical Society of Delaware (1890)
"Those present wrote down their yearly contribution for the support of the magisters. 8th. Some on another paper set down what they would give me for ..."

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