disciplinarian

[ US /ˌdɪsɪpɫɪˈnɛɹiən/ ]
[ UK /dˌɪsɪplɪnˈe‍əɹi‍ən/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who demands exact conformity to rules and forms
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How To Use disciplinarian In A Sentence

  • George Washington was a stern administrator, deeply religious a sticker for rules and a strict disciplinarian.
  • The Net poses intractable problems to the would-be lawmaker, or moral disciplinarian.
  • Balding, short-sighted, and uncommunicative, he was driven by a powerful sense of duty and was a firm disciplinarian.
  • Without a proper home to raise a child, parents, a husband or even a secure job, this young girl faced shame and scandal living with a relative who at times seemed more like tyrant than a disciplinarian.
  • And that further, being in awe of a manager who is renowned for being a strict disciplinarian might not be a bad thing. Times, Sunday Times
  • She is a strict disciplinarian who doesn't believe in fun.
  • He applied simple common sense when asked about his reputation as a disciplinarian. Times, Sunday Times
  • Lucie highly doubted that there would be other punishment since her parents weren't usually strict disciplinarians.
  • Raymond is a strict disciplinarian and expects very high standards of his family.
  • His parents were strict disciplinarians, and his private tuition was seriously deficient.
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