[ UK /wˈɔːdən/ ]
[ US /ˈwɔɹdən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the chief official in charge of a prison
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How To Use warden In A Sentence

  • The squire took down from the mantel his long-stemmed "churchwarden" pipe. Neville Trueman, the Pioneer Preacher : a tale of the war of 1812
  • Besides a warrant f'r a moke was the same as a letther iv inthroduction to th 'warden iv th' pinitinchry. Mr. Dooley's Philosophy
  • The warden of prisons was contacted for information on the convict's behavior on the chain gang, or in a few cases on the State Farm.
  • Parking wardens and I have an uneasy relationship. Times, Sunday Times
  • Moreover, the combined salaries of the three wardens or lieutenants was now less than £400 per annum, and much of this was recouped by reviving the ancient practice of farming the shrievalties.
  • Every mahout and kavadi (tribal elephant watcher) would be with the elephant to keep it in good humour, the Warden added.
  • Traffic wardens in Bristol who issue the most tickets are being rewarded with meals and pens to circumvent a ban on financial incentives. Times, Sunday Times
  • Delhi daredevils played their 2nd match for the airtel champions league t20 and it was a great match when Dinesh Karthik and Virender Sehwag played a knock which led delhi to a win agains the wayamba 11 which ad players like mahela jayawardene. Delhi daredevils win the match against wayamba 11
  • Innocent have-a-go hero in cells for ten hours - As a former traffic warden and store detective with two police commendations to her name, Wendy Challis-Jones is all too familiar with tackling lawbreakers. Waterloo Sunset « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • The two men followed as the warden led them through a veritable maze of stone passages and metal walkways.
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