Definition of Quizmasters

1. Noun. (plural of quizmaster) ¹



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Definition of Quizmasters

1. quizmaster [n] - See also: quizmaster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quizmasters

quixotes
quixotic
quixotical
quixotically
quixotism
quixotisms
quixotries
quixotry
quiz
quiz program
quiz show
quizbook
quizbooks
quizlike
quizmaster
quizmasters (current term)
quizmistress
quizmistresses
quizshow
quizshows
quizzed
quizzer
quizzeries
quizzers
quizzery
quizzes
quizzical
quizzicalities
quizzicality
quizzically

Literary usage of Quizmasters

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1. Medical education in the United States and Canada: a report to the Carnegie by Abraham Flexner (1910)
"During the ascendancy of the didactic school, it was indeed essential to good results that lecturers and quizmasters should be able to gauge the general ..."

2. American Druggist (1888)
"THIS is a book which has grown upon the author during his personal intercourse, as one of the quizmasters or instructors with many successive classes of the ..."

3. A Compend of Materia Medica, Therapeutics, and Prescription Writing by Samuel Otway Lewis Potter (1887)
"The authors have had large experience as quizmasters and attaches of colleges, with exceptional opportunities for noting the most recent advances and ..."

4. Michigan Law Journal by University of Michigan Dept. of Law (1893)
"Mr. JW Dwyer, of the post graduate class of '93, and Mr. Hughes, of the post graduate class of '92, were appointed as quizmasters for the ensuing year. ..."

5. A Compend of human physiology by Albert Philson Brubaker (1888)
"... quizmasters and attaches of colleges, with exceptional opportunities for noting the most recent advances and methods. The arrangement of the subjects, ..."

6. Proceedings of the ... Annual Sessions of the Texas Bar Association by Texas Bar Association (1913)
"... in order to have these quizzes conducted properly and the papers properly and promptly graded, the Regents provide four quizmasters, who do this work. ..."

7. Anatomy in America by Charles Russell Bardeen (1905)
"Often considerably incomes were derived by the quizmasters. While I have described the above methods of teaching anatomy in the past tense it is not to be ..."

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