- pound + master (Wiktionary)
“At first he could not understand about his new friend, whom he heard other men call "Captain Smith, the poundmaster.”
“All right," the poundmaster picked up his cap, and when he followed,”
“So Mr. Melville got pen and ink and wrote to the poundmaster, telling that Prince Jan was safe and well, and that he, himself, would bring the dog home.”
“And on those days the poundmaster went around with shining eyes while his lips puckered up in a cheerful whistle, or Jan heard him singing: ”
“The dog did not understand the words, but he knew that the smile was the same happy smile that came when the old poundmaster had found a good home for one of the friendless dogs.”
“Thank God!" said the old poundmaster to a man who stood beside him and”
“He did not sleep, for his eyes were fixed on the old man's face, and when the poundmaster reached down to touch Jan's head, the dog's tail swished and thumped.”
“Maybe Jan can take the rope to shore," said the poundmaster, while his hand rested on Jan's wet fur.”
“The old poundmaster and Jan walked on the beach nearly every day, and if the dog saw a bit of driftwood near the shore, he would swim out and get it.”
“The poundmaster fixed his glasses and examined a hind leg which had no foot.”
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