Related formshouse·mas·ter·ship, noun
Examples from the Web for housemaster
And therefore the responsibility of a Housemaster far exceeds that of a Head.
He tugged away furiously, with an eye on the now rapidly advancing and loudly shouting figure of the housemaster.Mike|P. G. Wodehouse
"Yes," replies Master Brown, with a sidelong glance towards his Housemaster.
However, a Housemaster contra mundum, and a Housemaster in his own House, are very different beings.
He is now a Housemaster, with every opportunity (and full permission) to work himself to death.