Definition of principal:
tether, top, faculty, number one, booster cable, mainline, financier, big, supreme, star, lead, foremost, head, virtuoso, top dog, ham, principal sum, chancellor, body double, heart-throb, main, asterisk, leash, head teacher, lunch lady, bandsman, creditworthiness, composer, trail, wind, capital, controlling, psyche, header, read/write head, corpus, ultimate, compound interest, heading, great, spark advance, drumhead, promontory, lead story, ranking, prominent, actor, housemaster, fountainhead, grand, supereminent, sensation, monger, predominant, headway, overbearing, arch, track, coach, chief, world-class, alienate, straits, starring, borrowing, attest, high, trader, headland, nous, overmastering, crowning, caput, assignment, school principal, cause, creditor, creditworthy, highest, headteacher, primary, forefront, hint, drummer, champion, brain, genius, unsurpassed, preeminent, front rank, dealer, cellist, paramount, incomparable, governing body, maximum, predominating, basic, cardinal, over, of import, fiddler, first, alienation, capitulum, transcendent, guidance counselor, major, headspring, lead-in, lede, maven, central, unequaled, extension, bargainer, numero uno, highest-ranking, confidential information, greatest, adept, elementary, second to none, costar, pass, mind, superstar, mavin, jumper lead, houseparent, character actor, wizard, peerless, key, bail, leading lady, question, unrivaled, stellar, sovereign, cancel, concertmaster, accompanist, performing arts, prime, double, drum major, primal, bursar, atomic number 82, whizz, superior, matchless, educator, overriding, point, essential, foreclose, protagonist, instructor, pencil lead, prevailing, tip, jumper cable, actress, assign, whiz, ace, cancellation, head word, wiz, Chief, star topology, foreland, dominant, bassist, hotshot, steer, premier, oral sex, top-ranking, important, headliner, prior, debt collector, busker, borrowing power, blind trust.
master (part of speech: noun)
- property (part of speech: noun)
Afterwards he worked in mosaic in the principal chapel, and did the front of the church, proving that he was capable of working in mosaic without Giotto's assistance, as he had already succeeded in doing in painting.- "The Lives of the Painters, Sculptors & Architects, Volume 1 (of 8)", Giorgio Vasari.
- "Christology of the Old Testament: And a Commentary on the Messianic Predictions, v. 1", Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg.
- "Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman", Albert Sidney Bolles.