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1. master

noun. ['ˈmæstɝ'] an artist of consummate skill.

Synonyms

  • artist
  • maestro
  • creative person

Antonyms

  • forget
  • reject
  • inactivity
  • loser

Etymology

  • mægester (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • magister (Latin)

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2. master

verb. ['ˈmæstɝ'] be or become completely proficient or skilled in.

Synonyms

  • drill
  • acquire
  • know
  • larn
  • get the hang
  • practice
  • exercise
  • practise

Antonyms

  • derived
  • territorial waters
  • international waters
  • high sea

Etymology

  • mægester (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • magister (Latin)

3. master

noun. ['ˈmæstɝ'] a person who has general authority over others.

Synonyms

  • seignior
  • swayer
  • overlord
  • feudal lord
  • seigneur
  • lord

Antonyms

  • worthless
  • inessential
  • unimportance
  • insignificant

Etymology

  • mægester (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • magister (Latin)

4. master

verb. ['ˈmæstɝ'] get on top of; deal with successfully.

Synonyms

  • bulldog
  • beat
  • surmount
  • trounce
  • subdue
  • beat out
  • get over
  • crush
  • overcome
  • shell

Antonyms

  • mild
  • derestrict
  • powerlessness
  • unrestraint

Etymology

  • mægester (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • magister (Latin)

5. master

noun. ['ˈmæstɝ'] presiding officer of a school.

Synonyms

  • housemaster
  • head
  • headmaster
  • school principal
  • schoolmaster
  • principal

Antonyms

  • refuse
  • sell
  • stay
  • lose track

Etymology

  • mægester (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • magister (Latin)

6. master

verb. ['ˈmæstɝ'] have dominance or the power to defeat over.

Synonyms

  • control
  • subject
  • subjugate
  • command

Antonyms

  • intemperance
  • unskillfulness
  • noncitizen
  • unsusceptible

Etymology

  • mægester (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • magister (Latin)

7. master

noun. ['ˈmæstɝ'] directs the work of others.

Synonyms

  • spymaster
  • station agent
  • employer
  • stationmaster

Antonyms

  • follower
  • subscript
  • junior
  • affected

Etymology

  • mægester (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • magister (Latin)

8. old

adjective. ['ˈoʊld'] of long duration; not new.

Synonyms

  • antique
  • long-ago
  • yellow
  • hand-down
  • age
  • stale
  • nonmodern
  • yellowed
  • antediluvian
  • past
  • sunset
  • hoary
  • worn
  • rusty
  • age-old
  • secondhand
  • used
  • noncurrent
  • longtime
  • archaic
  • immemorial
  • patched
  • auld
  • antiquated

Antonyms

  • new
  • modern
  • current
  • future
  • present

Etymology

  • old (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. old

adjective. ['ˈoʊld'] (used especially of persons) having lived for a relatively long time or attained a specific age.

Synonyms

  • senescent
  • gray-haired
  • centenarian
  • sexagenarian
  • superannuated
  • gaga
  • middle-aged
  • senior
  • gray
  • experient
  • senile
  • over-the-hill
  • anile
  • darkened
  • age
  • venerable
  • overaged
  • hoar
  • emeritus
  • older
  • grey
  • overage
  • octogenarian
  • grey-headed
  • of age
  • hoary
  • gray-headed
  • white-haired
  • grey-haired
  • ancient
  • oldish
  • elderly
  • mature
  • grizzly
  • doddering
  • nonagenarian
  • experienced
  • ageing
  • aging
  • doddery

Antonyms

  • inexperienced
  • young
  • immature
  • unskilled

Etymology

  • old (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. old

adjective. ['ˈoʊld'] (used for emphasis) very familiar.

Antonyms

  • discolor

Etymology

  • old (Middle English (1100-1500))
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