Definition of Marse

1. Noun. (obsolete dialectal US Caribbean) (alternative form of master), often used as a general title of respect. ¹



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Definition of Marse

1. master [n -S]

Marse Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marse

marrums
marry
marry-in
marry-ins
marry-muff
marry come up
marry in haste, repent at leisure
marry me
marry off
marryed
marrying
marryings
mars
marsalas
marsdenia
marse (current term)
marsebanker
marseille
marses
marsh
marsh-buck
marsh St-John's wort
marsh andromeda
marsh bellflower
marsh buck
marsh buggy
marsh clematis
marsh cress
marsh deer
marsh elder

Literary usage of Marse

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1. Library of Southern Literature by Edwin Anderson Alderman, Joel Chandler Harris, Charles William Kent (1910)
""An' thar marse Willum he was tied to de chair; did n't nobody know if he ... I done tole marse Willum 'bout it, I done tole him; an' he sigh an' tuhn ..."

2. Under Both Flags: A Panorama of the Great Civil War as Represented in Story by George Morley Vickers (1896)
"Ole marster say he gib his State all he got in dis wo'ld—dat's marse ... ole marster wuz stan'in' 011 de Pont piazza, an' w'en we pass out de big gate marse ..."

3. Southern Literature from 1579-1895: A Comprehensive Review, with Copious by Louise Manly (1895)
"Well, jes' den dey blowed boots an' saddles, an' we ' mounted : an' de orders come to ride 'roun' de slope, an' marse Chan's comp'ny wuz de secon', ..."

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