American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A person who teaches in a school below the college level.
- n. A teacher
“A retired schoolteacher is stabbed to death in broad daylight.”
“Epilogue: Austin schoolteacher who didn't believe Linux existed”
“Reason's Hit and Run blog reports that a British schoolteacher is will be tried for "blasphemy, inciting hatred, and insulting Islam" because she named a teddy bear Muhammad.”
“And why Isaac Murphy, a schoolteacher from the area who later became Arkansas's governor, led a movement for secession from Arkansas when the state seceded from the Union.”
“Dori, a schoolteacher, is taking weekly chemo sessions.”
“We're afraid this election will witness violence and clashes between those competing for power," said Sardashat Aziz, a 24-year-old schoolteacher from the Kurdish city of Sulaymaniyah.”
“The schoolteacher is a trembling weight at her elbow.”
“It's the laziest, most thoughtless quasi-business cliche and all it shows is that you don't know how to open a sentence properly, or what objects and events can be divided into terms a schoolteacher said 'in terms of hot weather' which had me shouting at the screen.”
“Now, our schoolteacher was a big paan-and-spit man—and his expectorate made a sort of low, red wallpaper on three walls around us.”
“In the Christian Arab village, the schoolteacher was an attractive lean young man, with prematurely gray hair, working in his garden in the cool of the evening.”
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