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[ UK /skˈuːltiːt‍ʃɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈskuɫˌtitʃɝ/ ]
  1. a teacher in a school below the college level
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How To Use schoolteacher In A Sentence

  • The former schoolteacher is already a national hero in his adopted homeland. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was initiated, in part by Marta, Tomas's mistress and the local schoolteacher.
  • And, like any good schoolteacher, she modulates her voice to great effect; during moments of particular drama, she is known for speaking to juries in a barely audible whisper.
  • The situations were the predictable ones, showing young boys (but sometimes men) seduced by women in a form of authority - governesses, nursemaids, nurses, schoolteachers, stepmothers.
  • The elder of two sons of two Bronx schoolteachers, Steven grew up on Long Island.
  • He finally abandoned academic qualifications and appointed a collection of pharmacists, country doctors, schoolteachers, and governesses.
  • A few feet away, a baseball bat crushed a schoolteacher's head, smashed his skull into a pulpy mess.
  • Although the cost of living was very much less than it is now, schoolteachers' salaries were modest.
  • Armed with a hard-won scholarship, he trained as a schoolteacher, and might have remained one if illness and death had not intervened.
  • Rarely do schoolteachers have leeway to teach classes the way they want.
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