Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!
Sorry, no etymologies found.
He rummaged about inside for a long time, and finally brought out a few paltry objects; I thought best to pay well for them, telling him that as he was a "big fellow-master," I was ready to pay extra for the honour of having a souvenir of him.
There he showed the novel to a fellow-master, who, having kept the novel for a period, spoke thus: 'I have tried to read your novel, Walpole, but I can't.
Gilbertson was a fellow-master, and one of the committee for arranging the Speech-day entertainment.
As Mr Bickers walked off towards his house, he really felt a little sorry for his fellow-master, who had let himself down by so paltry an exhibition of temper thus early in his career.
The loss of my post here under such circumstances, due to a weak desire to help a fellow-master in distress, would be quite sufficient to injure me dreadfully.
"big fellow-master" had sacrificed enough to attain a very high caste indeed, and had every reason to hold up his head with great pride.