housemaster

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house·mas·ter

 (hous′măs′tər)
n.
A male teacher or professor in charge of a residence hall at a school or college.

housemaster

(ˈhaʊsˌmɑːstə)
n
(Education) a teacher, esp in a boarding school, responsible for the pupils in his house
housemistress fem n
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Noun1.housemaster - teacher in charge of a school boardinghouse
headmaster, schoolmaster, master - presiding officer of a school
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housemaster

[ˈhaʊsmɑːstər] n (mainly British)professeur m responsable d'un groupe d'internes
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In the prize distribution ceremony the winners were honored by the chief guest, the school principal, the vice principal, the COE, the Housemasters and the HMs of various blocks.
Housemasters had now spoken to boys "in the strongest terms about the importance of not doing such things or allowing others to do them".
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