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Synonyms for gaoler

someone who guards prisoners

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In response, the gaoler refused to unlock her for the exercise period.
The gaoler managed to secure her in handcuffs and remove her to another cell, but she remained fractious for the remainder of the day.
She hid behind her cell door, and as the gaoler unlocked it, Kainoka rushed out.
The gaoler explained away his staff's ignorance of Webster's activities by confirming that she was particularly untruthful, troublesome, and was an "artist" at prison breaking.
35) Eliza Lestrange would not wash at the required times, and became very antagonistic towards the gaoler when he attempted to force her to comply.
The gaoler requested that she be medically examined after she had emptied the contents of the toilet over the exercise yard.
Gaoler, Auckland to Hume, 28 May 1895, J40 PD Box 62, 95/361 Gaoler, Auckland.
The undead amp is also bad news for Graham Day, formerly of The Prisoners and now very much of the Gaolers.
Looking resplendent dressed like 19th century Napoleonic gaolers, the trio blast out the tunes with high flying vocal harmonies, lyrics about missing planes to Norway, The Most Expensive Sleep, Soundtrack To The Daily Grind.