- a term of respect used by cadets in addressing upperclassmen: used with surname.
- a term of disparagement used by upperclassmen in addressing cadets: Mister, tuck in that shirttail!
Origin of mister1
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Other definitions for mister (2 of 2)
How to use mister in a sentence
On the west side, the Palm Springs side, are money-green golf courses, misters spraying from palm trees, wide, gorgeously paved roads, and a concert series called Splash House that features a poolside stage.Postcard From Thermal: Surviving the Climate Gap in Eastern Coachella Valley|by Elizabeth Weil and Mauricio Rodríguez Pons|August 17, 2021|ProPublica
Best of all, this fan comes with a built-in mister and 17-millimeter water reservoir, which can produce a steady stream of gentle mist for ten minutes at a time.Best portable fans: Stay chill on a hot day with a cooling personal fan|Irena Collaku|July 21, 2021|Popular-Science
These come with peel-and-stick labels so you don’t mix up what’s what, and they have both jet and mister spray settings.
Some gay apps, like the newer Mister, have not subscribed to the community/tribe model.
Carl Sandler, who founded Mister in 2012, previously founded Daddyhunt.com and worked at Gay.com.
Mister Ham in need of cash: That is something a lot of people will not believe.
And this week it was Mister Ham, General Delivery, United States.
“Maybe you need a good overcoat for Christmas,” Mister Ham was saying.
He forgot the great doctrine of humility, and declared that "Mister" Weston should have the volume that very night.The Soldier of the Valley|Nelson Lloyd
Mister, I say, I don't suppose you don't know of nobody who don't want to hire nobody to do nothing, don't you?
Look at dat picture, mister, you see you can't tell her from a white woman.
I sure would be disappointed, Mister Welborn, if you didn't have a lot of clean snow.
Cash my check for three hundred dollars and meet my podner, Mister Welborn.
British Dictionary definitions for mister (1 of 2)
- the official form of address for subordinate or senior warrant officers
- the official form of address for all officers in a merchant ship, other than the captain
- US navy the official form of address used by the commanding officer to his officers, esp to the more junior