Definition of Masters

1. Noun. United States poet (1869-1950).

Exact synonyms: Edgar Lee Masters
Generic synonyms: Poet



Definition of Masters

1. Noun. A master's degree. ¹

2. Noun. A person holding a master's degree, as a title. ¹

3. Noun. (plural of master) ¹

4. Noun. A master's degree. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Masters

1. master [v] - See also: master

Lexicographical Neighbors of Masters

Master of Architecture
Master of Arts
Master of Arts in Library Science
Master of Arts in Teaching
Master of Divinity
Master of Education
Master of Fine Arts
Master of Laws
Master of Library Science
Master of Literature
Master of Science
Master of Science in Engineering
Master of Theology
Master of the Universe
Master test
Masters
Masters of Arts
Masters of the Universe
Masticophis
Masticophis bilineatus
Masticophis flagellum
Masticophis lateralis
Mastigomycota
Mastigoproctus
Mastigoproctus giganteus
Mastodon
Mastodons
Mastotermes
Mastotermes darwiniensis
Mastotermes electrodominicus

Literary usage of Masters

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville, Henry Reeve (1899)
"CHAPTER V How Democracy Affects the Relation of masters and Servants AN ... Nowhere have I seen masters stand so high or so low as in these two countries. ..."

2. Chronological History of the West Indies by Thomas Southey (1827)
"Forbidding masters from allowing their slaves certain days in the week to work in lieu of ... masters to allow to each slave yearly two suits of clothes, ..."

3. Proceedings by Classical Association (Great Britain) (1906)
"MEMORIAL ON THE TEACHING OF GREEK SENT TO THE HEAD masters' CONFERENCE AND TO THE ... There must be many head masters who, while anxious to maintain the ..."

4. Modern American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1921)
"Nothing daunted, masters published several volumes in rapid succession (three ... In 1914, masters, at the suggestion of his friend William Marion Reedy, ..."

5. Publications by Oxford Historical Society, Bostonian Society (1892)
"24, T., AW went to London in the flying-coach, having before been nominated by the proctors one of the 12 masters of Arts to attend the solemnity of the ..."

6. Modern American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1921)
"Nothing daunted, masters published several volumes in rapid succession (three ... In 1914, masters, -at the suggestion of his friend William Marion Reedy, ..."

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