Six years later Ellen, after deducting 10 years from her actual age, married a schoolmaster and became the mother of two.
And with no negative response from my friend, his schoolmaster.
The schoolmaster replied, he could not answer either of the questions.
The schoolmaster had obtained a good deal of money, but he had not enough.
When Miss Susan entered her kitchen, the schoolmaster had come down and was putting a stick of wood into the stove.
I must try to improve her, and be both lover and schoolmaster to my wife.
This opinion was natural enough in a schoolmaster, but not in the precise form Wardlaw put it.
He had once been a schoolmaster and that accounted for his didactic style.
He was the first schoolmaster of the Greeks, and taught them the letters which were used in his own country across the sea.
Then there is one way of shaking him off; let us make him a schoolmaster!
the law so designated by Paul (Gal. 3:24, 25). As so used, the word does not mean teacher, but pedagogue (shortened into the modern page), i.e., one who was intrusted with the supervision of a family, taking them to and from the school, being responsible for their safety and manners. Hence the pedagogue was stern and severe in his discipline. Thus the law was a pedagogue to the Jews, with a view to Christ, i.e., to prepare for faith in Christ by producing convictions of guilt and helplessness. The office of the pedagogue ceased when "faith came", i.e., the object of that faith, the seed, which is Christ.