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Origin of householder
OTHER WORDS FROM householderhouse·hold·er·ship, nounnon·house·hold·er, noun
Words nearby householder
Example sentences from the Web for householder
In America, and in most of western culture, the soldier and the householder are models of social virtue.
They were to ask for the householder's 'straight moniker'—Mr. Merston.Chronicles of Martin Hewitt|Arthur Morrison
Now, some person or persons had followed her, neglecting the most obvious precaution of a householder.The Black Bag|Louis Joseph Vance
In London, the qualification is being a householder and having lands to the value of 100 pounds.Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed.|S. A. Reilly