noun mas·ter·dom \ˈmastə(r)dəm, -aas-, -ȧes-, -ȧs-\

Definition of masterdom



  1. :  the state or position of being master :  mastery, supremacy

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Origin and Etymology of masterdom

Middle English maisterdom, from Old English mægsterdōm function of a teacher, from mægester, magister master, teacher, ruler + -dōm -dom — more at master

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a brief usually trivial fact

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