warder

[ US /ˈwɔɹdɝ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɔːdɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a person who works in a prison and is in charge of prisoners
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How To Use warder In A Sentence

  • The warder was the one first suspected, on the ground that you must have had assistance from without. Under Wellington's Command A Tale of the Peninsular War
  • Steven King's prison novel is classily rendered with Tom Hanks starring as the benevolent prison warder tending to death row inmates.
  • And during the campaign we had to listen to the not so Swift boaters challenging Kerry who did put his ass on the line unlike the awarder of these Medals of Freedom. Balkinization
  • Hofmeyr said the current investigation showed prison warders had received kickbacks from certain doctors for false claims against the medical aid fund.
  • Actors playing warders, who were walking with prisoners, were not allowed to walk past other warders walking with prisoners in the corridor.
  • The governor of the prison is investigating allegations that a prisoner was attacked and beaten by a prison warder.
  • Shippers and freight forwarders have been trying for years to get the shipping lines to give a detailed breakdown on the charges they levy on containerised shipments.
  • The warder, whose name was Li and who disliked the gruff and unsociable criminal, was mystified to see a Korean looking after a Chinese with brotherly care.
  • The forwarder is an attorney-in-training who knowingly and with (quite literally) malice aforethought disclosed private correspondence in order to damage an ex-friend’s reputation. The Volokh Conspiracy » Caution About Sending E-Mails — and About Trust
  • This whole process is done by the freight forwarders.
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