Examples of taskmaster in a Sentence
pitiless taskmaster that he was, Ebenezer Scrooge only reluctantly let his ill-paid clerk have Christmas Day off
known as a tough but fair taskmaster
Recent Examples of taskmaster from the Web
By the end of the first season, Emma hasn’t completely transformed from the tense taskmaster who first wheeled her suitcase back into the bar with such apprehension.
The Red Shoes tells the story of a dancer, Vicky Page (played by the British ballerina Moira Shearer in her acting debut), who joins a ballet company run by the intense taskmaster Boris Lermontov (Anton Walbrook).
Her predecessor, Samantha Power , had gained a reputation as a stern taskmaster, pressing her team to work late hours and through the weekends.
Capricorn is ruled by taskmaster Saturn, the stoic planet that governs time and restrictions.
Southerners marched through Yemen’s second city proclaiming independence from northern taskmasters.
The 73-year-old special counsel is a stern taskmaster, setting an example for long hours, sustained focus and high standards that few of his colleagues have been able to match.
Jessica Chastain plays Molly, driven hard by her taskmaster father (Kevin Costner), growing up in a fiercely competitive family.
For the past three years, taskmaster Saturn has been brutalizing your own constellation, wreaking havoc in nearly every area of your life.
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TASKMASTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of taskmaster for English Language Learners
: a person who assigns work to other people
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