Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The person in charge of a stable.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

stable +‎ master

Examples

  • Sunday 27 Sept first meeting at the stablemaster in Buckland

    lotro group

  • A number of officials had come to town and there were more horses than the stablemaster could handle.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • The JSA said Sunday it has also fired two central figures caught up in the gambling scandal: Kotomitsuki, the sport's second-highest-ranked wrestler, and Otake, a stablemaster, or coach.

    Chief of Sumo Governing Body Is Suspended

  • He has a way with animals; he will make a fine huntsman or stablemaster someday.

    THE RIVER KINGS’ ROAD

  • The name changes, then, are also part of this religious tradition: the tradition of taking a new name when taking religious orders is well-known in Buddhism; the tradition of taking on a new name for a new stage in life, and the pseudo-kinship relationship between a stablemaster and his wrestlers also play a role.

    Sumo and tradition

  • Kate Winslet gained 210 pounds British to play the wife of Colin Firth, the stablemaster.

    There was this blackboard kitty cat...

  • The name changes, then, are also part of this religious tradition: the tradition of taking a new name when taking religious orders is well-known in Buddhism; the tradition of taking on a new name for a new stage in life, and the pseudo-kinship relationship between a stablemaster and his wrestlers also play a role.

    井の中の蛙 » Sumo and tradition » Print

  • The name changes, then, are also part of this religious tradition: the tradition of taking a new name when taking religious orders is well-known in Buddhism; the tradition of taking on a new name for a new stage in life, and the pseudo-kinship relationship between a stablemaster and his wrestlers also play a role.

    Sumo and tradition

  • The name changes, then, are also part of this religious tradition: the tradition of taking a new name when taking religious orders is well-known in Buddhism; the tradition of taking on a new name for a new stage in life, and the pseudo-kinship relationship between a stablemaster and his wrestlers also play a role.

    The Teahouse Fire: Painstaking

  • "He looks good, lady," offered Tirsik the stablemaster, stepping forward toward Anna, "except I'd like the farrier to check his shoes."

    Darksong Rising

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.