The principal magistrate, comparable to a mayor, of a city or town in the Netherlands, Flanders, Austria, or Germany.(noun)
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Use "burgomaster" in a sentence
"The word burgomaster recalled whatever had happened to the mind of"
"The story of a general shot by the son of a burgomaster was a repetition of a tragedy that had occurred at Aerschot, on the 19th, where the fifteen-year-old son of the burgomaster had been killed by a firing squad, not because he had shot a general, but because an officer had been shot, probably by"
"At times the fair image of his home rose before his memory -- but it vanished as soon as he recalled the burgomaster's dignified figure, his own miserable weakness and the repulse he had experienced."