school-teacher love

Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who teaches or instructs a school.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who gives regular instruction in a school.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a teacher in a school below the college level
  • n. a teacher in a school below the college level

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In a poor rural community in China the school-teacher has to go on a trip, so he hires a student (she's only 13 or 14) to substitute for him with the proviso that she is only paid if all the students stay in class the month he is gone.

    the Year of Not Getting the Little Things Done (+ bonus capsule film reviews!)

  • A wise school-teacher sends him to acting class and before you know it, Leguizamo is studying under Lee Strasberg.

    Michael Giltz: Theater: John Leguizamo Klowns Around

  • Mr. Ford started anew to tell how he had first read "The Ring of Bells," and Mr. Ends at the same time was striving to repeat his niece's appreciation of "The Ring of Bells," said niece being a school-teacher in Alameda.

    Chapter 33

  • It was when we began to eat our lunch that Mrs. Kepler stopped being the school-teacher and spoke with warmth and concern.

    Family Storms

  • American soldiers with 10th Mountain rented a residential compound from a local school-teacher and fortified it with enormous cedar logs that locals had cut on the upper slopes of the valley.

    'War'

  • As he's announced Palin, I'm looking very closely at this tattered scrap of cloth, which looks awesome with Sarah Palin's cute school-teacher mien but also has some traces of red-faced pro-life crimson.

    The Not-Romney - Swampland - TIME.com

  • William Henry Seward (1801-72), who had been a school-teacher and lawyer before embarking on a political career, was an implacable enemy of slavery.

    THE NUMBERS

  • Close by the main fire stood a group of three, headed by a burly fellow with feathers in his hat and two pistols belted over his frock-coat; when he turned I saw he had a forked beard and a great red birth-mark over half his face-a Sunday school-teacher, devil a doubt.

    Isabelle

  • They said, ‘I want to be a school-teacher, and I hope I get to write on the side.’

    Raymond Carver

  • Institutions including those that manage Pennsylvania's school-teacher pensions and Wisconsin's public-employee pensions have invested with Whitehall as well, but neither has money in the 2007 fund.

    Whitehall Cash Call Adds Insult to Losses

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