jailor

[ UK /d‍ʒˈe‍ɪlɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who guards prisoners
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How To Use jailor In A Sentence

  • By this means the Queen was jailoress and prisoner at the same time. Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete
  • The former Tijuana jailor is bound to see things with a different perspective than mine. Page 2
  • My second milestone was Sholay. My role though small, required detailed study. I was given the specially made costume and wig and also books of World War II which ex¬plained Hitler’s various gestures. I was even made to go through a trial attended by the writers as well, to ascertain whether I fitted into the role or not. The film was a super success and till date, people remember my dialogue, "Hum Angrezo ke zamane ke jailor hain". Asrani 
  • My second milestone was Sholay. My role though small, required detailed study. I was given the specially made costume and wig and also books of World War II which ex¬plained Hitler’s various gestures. I was even made to go through a trial attended by the writers as well, to ascertain whether I fitted into the role or not. The film was a super success and till date, people remember my dialogue, "Hum Angrezo ke zamane ke jailor hain". Asrani 
  • My second milestone was Sholay. My role though small, required detailed study. I was given the specially made costume and wig and also books of World War II which ex¬plained Hitler’s various gestures. I was even made to go through a trial attended by the writers as well, to ascertain whether I fitted into the role or not. The film was a super success and till date, people remember my dialogue, "Hum Angrezo ke zamane ke jailor hain". Asrani 
  • Then as a preliminary skirmish, Constance presented the two-franc piece; and the jailoress dropped a curtsy. Jerry
  • Then as a preliminary skirmish, Constance presented the two-franc piece; and the jailoress dropped a courtesy. Jerry Junior
  • Constance, with grave concern, translated the sum of Tony's enormities to her father; and turned back to the jailoress apologetically. Jerry Junior
  • My second milestone was Sholay. My role though small, required detailed study. I was given the specially made costume and wig and also books of World War II which ex¬plained Hitler’s various gestures. I was even made to go through a trial attended by the writers as well, to ascertain whether I fitted into the role or not. The film was a super success and till date, people remember my dialogue, "Hum Angrezo ke zamane ke jailor hain". Asrani 
  • You did show me when you'd taken them from the old jailor, and there were this squiggly thing on the pewter disk. A TIME OF WAR
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