Definition of 'master of ceremonies'
Example sentences containing 'master of ceremonies'
There was just time for a murmur of appreciation from those assembled before the master of ceremonies announced dinner.A PLAGUE OF ANGELS (2003) THE CALLIGRAPHER (2003)
The master of ceremonies, a bouffant-haired clown in a dinner jacket, introduced the two contestants.A NASTY DOSE OF DEATH (2003)
Definition of master of ceremonies from the Collins English Dictionary
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