Definition of "postmaster" [post•mas•ter]

  • A man who is in charge of the operations of a local post office. (noun)

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Use "postmaster" in a sentence
  • "As if this were not sinister enough, the letter goes on to threaten that if the sub-postmaster is deemed not to have lied to his or her customers in the appropriate and approved manner their compensation package would be at risk."
  • "The postmaster is a surly and incompetent manager."
  • "When I called the postmaster, he said that he wasn't sure I understood what the form was for he'd highlighted the bit about "sexually provocative material"."