housemaster housemaster


  • (n) teacher in charge of a school boardinghouse


  1. This applies even to motivations, as with the lurking homosexuality in the blatantly masculine housemaster.
  2. William has housemaster Gailey, and both boys are getting support even from their protection officers.
  3. Kaczynski's room was a swamp; the others finally called in the housemaster, the legendary Master of Eliot House John Finley, who was aghast.



  • "Oneko was with me at Maseno in 1940. I became a housemaster and he was a dormitory prefect. I was athletics master, he was a good sprinter," says Jaramogi in his book.
    on Jun 15, 2007 By: Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Source:

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