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A good paymaster never wants workmen

This page is about the saying "A good paymaster never wants workmen"

Possible meaning:
An employer who pays well is never short of staff.

Note:
paymaster (noun) = a person who pays workers | want (verb) = lack; be short of

Quick Quiz

"A good paymaster never wants workmen" could be rephrased as "An employer who pays well

a. always needs workers"

b. never needs staff"

c. always has staff"
a) always needs workers" b) never needs staff" c) always has staff"

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Contributor: Josef Essberger