He was too near reality in this sad pass of his to think of "mistering."
"Don't get into any bad habit of mistering me, Master," he said.
None of your mistering, replied the ruffian; you always mean mischief when you come that.
Old Jim waved his hand disgustedly at this polite address, and the "mistering."
It was difficult for the girl to go on mistering when the others Henried to their heart's content.
Man; fellow; guy •Always used in direct address, usually to a stranger: Hey, mister, where's the turnoff for Bogota? (1760+)