- 1. a person who supervises others, especially workers.
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Overseer One who supervises and watches slaves in the work place.
"And their bailiff, a serf, or some overseer from the German natives, gets the peasant under his thumb again. " " The method of the overseer is short and simple: apart from considerations of morality, conscience, and divine retribution, it seemed a short road to the accomplishment of his purpose.
Synonyms (Other Words) for Overseer & Antonyms (Opposite Meaning) for Overseer.
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition. noun One who watches over and directs the work of others, especially laborers. noun A supervisor or superintendent. from The Century Dictionary.
See OVERSEER. Note: Presbuteros, "an elder," is another term for the same person as bishop or overseer. See Acts 20:17 with verse Acts 20:28. The term "elder" indicates the mature spiritual experience and understanding of those so described; the term "bishop," or "overseer," indicates the character of the work undertaken.
Translate overseer into Spanish. Find words for overseer in Spanish in this Spanish-English dictionary. Traducir overseer de Inglés a español.
It doesn't matter that the old overseer's boys, Pernie and LaRue Boyd are a jealous pain in his behind. The WritingYA Weblog: Adventure Awaits. It doesn't matter that the old overseer's boys, Pernie and LaRue Boyd are a jealous pain in his behind. Archive 2008-11-01. That's how we keep the overseer's from enslaving us. At the Media Center
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