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Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of stationmaster.

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Examples

  • The stationmasters are the only visible and tangible members of the Dutch aristocracy.

    A Wanderer in Holland

  • The most comfortable naps she had taken had been in stations, on the benches reserved for waiting passengers, as she also waited for the next train, guarded by the watchful eye of the curiously paternal stationmasters.

    red dust

  • Those same stationmasters saw to it that when there was no dining car attached to a train she was provided with a packet of thick ham or cured-tongue sandwiches and a bottle or two of lemonade.

    red dust

  • Many of the stationmasters were old friends of my husband.

    Jewish Women: Western Pioneers - Flora Langerman Spiegelberg

  • American contractors arrived, bringing their own people, and the Panama Railroad was run by Americans-engineers, conductors, stationmasters, telegraph operators.

    The Path Between the Seas

  • American contractors arrived, bringing their own people, and the Panama Railroad was run by Americans-engineers, conductors, stationmasters, telegraph operators.

    The Path Between the Seas

  • I used occasionally to wonder why the otherwise-canny folk of the nearby towns, and particularly the stationmasters who sold the tickets, did not remark at the regular appearance of odd characters on their platforms, one old and one young, of either sex, often together.

    A Monstrous Regiment of Women

  • I used occasionally to wonder why the otherwise-canny folk of the nearby towns, and particularly the stationmasters who sold the tickets, did not remark at the regular appearance of odd characters on their platforms, one old and one young, of either sex, often together.

    A Monstrous Regiment of Women

  • I used occasionally to wonder why the otherwise-canny folk of the nearby towns, and particularly the stationmasters who sold the tickets, did not remark at the regular appearance of odd characters on their platforms, one old and one young, of either sex, often together.

    A Monstrous Regiment of Women

  • The same would happen if you wrote about stationmasters or typists.

    Maigret's Memoirs

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