Definition of master mason in English:

master mason

Syllabification: mas·ter ma·son

noun

1A skilled mason, especially one who employs other workers.
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  • Anyone who arrived at the building site and claimed that they were a master mason would be tested by the Master Mason and by master masons already working on the site.
  • The identities of the architects - or more precisely of the master masons - responsible for both buildings are unknown.
  • The job requires a master mason to set the first course, grout bond beams, and install and tension the post-tension tendons.
2A fully qualified Freemason.
More example sentences
  • It's also true that he was a Master Mason of the 33rd Degree, the highest you may rise, which is why I believe it was named Club 33 (there are many other theories).
  • Socrates, James believes, was initiated as a Master Mason.
  • My Father is a 32nd degree Mason, as was his father a Master Mason and a 7th Day Adventist.

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