noun, plural Mei·ster·sing·er, Mei·ster·sing·ers for 1.
Origin of Meistersinger
Examples from the Web for meistersinger
The next important step in that direction was the representation of the “Meistersinger” in Munich in 1868.Life of Wagner|Louis Nohl
The Master believed, in spite of my efforts to convince him to the contrary, that I did not care for the Meistersinger.Wagner at Home|Judith Gautier
There was one night—they were singing the 'Meistersinger'—when I felt just like Eva, put up as a prize for whoever could win me.The High Heart|Basil King
They are Shakespearian in their dimensions and in their tragic power; or, as in the "Meistersinger," in their comedy element.The Complete Opera Book|Gustav Kobb
In Germany, as everybody knows, had formed the body of the Meistersinger.The Story of Switzerland|Lina Hug