In consideration whereof I intend not willingly, nor no friend of mine shall not, trouble your mastership in this case.
It was after Udal had been turned out of his mastership at Eton.
I had to assert all my mastership to keep Paddy from singing.
Louis, the king, was as fickle in his affections as he was unyielding in his mastership.
The University began to consider him one of her first champions, and he was soon promoted to the mastership of Baliol College.
In 1695 he was appointed Warden of the Mint, and was promoted to the mastership in 1699.
Ol manll be mad, suggested JoOld Uncle wearing that appellation on account of his mastership, by no means on account of his years.
Herries was transferred from the exchequer to the mastership of the mint.
The talk was almost entirely about local matters, the chief subject of discussion being the mastership of the Foxhounds.
This is the Alpha and the Omega—the principle, the potency, and the act—of mastership.