Definition of Masterdoms
1. masterdom [n] - See also: masterdom
Lexicographical Neighbors of Masterdoms
Literary usage of Masterdoms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Universal Anthology: A Collection of the Best Literature, Ancient by Richard Garnett, Leon Vallée, Alois Brandl (1899)
"... who came unto you on easter Wednesday last being at your masterdoms pallace in London / having bene often to speake with you before and could not / yet ..."
2. The Binding of the Beast: And Other War Verse by George Sterling (1917)
"The stars of many masterdoms have set, But that star sets not ever, and the light That fell on Troy is cast on Europe now; And as of old the mothers' eyes ..."
3. The Epistle: (September-November 1588) by Martin Marprelate, John Penry, Job Throckmorton, Edward Arber (1895)
"... Allen somtimes your grocer/but now deceased : who came vnto you on caster Wednesday last being at your masterdoms pallace in London/hauing bene often to ..."
4. An Epistle to the Terrible Priests of the Convocation House by Martin Marprelate, Job Throckmorton, John Penry (1843)
"... being executors to George Allen somtimes your grocer, but now deceased: who came vnto you on easier wednesday last being at your masterdoms pallace in ..."
5. A History of Elizabethan Literature by George Saintsbury (1912)
"I will for this time leave this figure, and tell your venerable masterdoms a tale worth the hearing: I had it at the second hand : if he that told it me ..."
6. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany (1818)
"The elucidation of every scheme which has at any time been employed by more subtle minds for the erection of spiritual masterdoms, ought certainly, ..."
7. The Three Great Races of Men: Their Origin, Character, History and Destiny by Jonathan Baldwin Turner (1861)
"... and masterdoms of races and orders—the lower order is made gradually and slowly, but surely to rise in the scale of being, and need and demand a broader ..."