The master mason, who was a gruff kind of man, stood scratching his head, and said nothing at first.
A hitch in your master mason's business matters, you told me.
You might be very superior yourself; but as a master mason you would be only what is called 'a common man.'
At the master mason's door they separated, promising to see each other again at an early day.
But be damned but they smelt her out and swore her in on the spot a master mason.
One Enguerrand was the chief designer of the new church, assisted by Jean d'Andeli as master mason.
This is the sign or due-guard of a master mason, and, like the others, alludes to the penalty of this degree.
It was the work of Mathieu de Layens, master mason, who worked at it from 1448 to 1463.
The master mason was there luckily, and would not move it till the rector had seen it.
The master mason nodded approvingly when the answer was translated to him.