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Mr British & World English

A title used before a surname or full name to address or refer to a man without a higher or honorific or professional title

Mr New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

title used before a man's name

MR British & World English

Master of the Rolls

Master of the Rolls New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

judge presiding over the Court of Appeal (Civil Division)

Hyde, Mr British & World English

See Jekyll, Dr.

Mr. Clean British & World English

A man, especially a public figure, who has an impeccable image, record, or reputation. Sometimes used with Miss, Mrs., or Ms. when referring to a woman

Mr Right British & World English

The ideal future husband

James, M. R. British & World English

(1862–1936), English scholar and writer of ghost stories; full name Montague Rhodes James. He is noted for eerie tales collected in such volumes as Ghost Stories of an Antiquary (1904)

Mr Justice British & World English

A form of address or reference to a judge of the supreme court (e.g. a High Court judge)

fixit British & World English

A person known for repairing things or putting things in order

Mr Justice in justice British & World English

A form of address or reference to a judge of the supreme court (e.g. a High Court judge)

Mr. Cub in Banks, Ernie British & World English

(1931-), US baseball player; full name Ernest Banks; known as Mr. Cub. He played shortstop, then first base, for the Chicago Cubs from 1953 until 1971. Baseball Hall of Fame (1977)

Mr or Mrs Justice in justice British & World English

A form of address or reference to a judge of the supreme court (e.g. a High Court judge)

Mr. October in Jackson, Reggie British & World English

(1946-) US baseball player; full name Reginald Martinez Jackson; known as Mr. October. An outfielder, he played 1967–87, mostly for the Oakland Athletics, New York Yankees, and California Angels. Baseball Hall of Fame (1993)


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