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Synonyms for police

Synonyms for police

to maintain or keep in order with or as if with police

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to make or keep (an area) clean and orderly

Synonyms for police

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You will see that the mysteries which the police discover are, almost without exception, mysteries made penetrable by the commonest capacity, through the extraordinary stupidity exhibited in the means taken to hide the crime.
So the chief of police ordered a gallows to be erected, and sent criers to proclaim in every street in the city that a Christian was to be hanged that day for having killed a Mussulman.
The minister of police maintained a silence which was equivalent to a complete avowal.
The superintendent of police turned round at that moment with a scared look, said something to his coachman, and his horses increased their speed.
The fearful coming of the engine could break up the most intricate muddle of heavy vehicles at which the police had been swearing for the half of an hour.
To protect ourselves against police interference we shall hereafter inform you of the event but a little prior to or simultaneously with the deed.
Mifroid delivered a little lecture on police methods.
Nothing but trouble can come to you and your friends should you persist in defying the police.
She saw Pinkertons, special police, and strikers go down.
He heard the roar of the mob at the rear, and caught a glimpse of the helmeted police and the lurching meat waggons.
Rowan, Commissioner of Police, Scotland Yard: I've found the bank robber, Phileas Fogg.
And the first thing for the police to do," added Mr.
In the morning Jurgis was given a cup of water and a piece of bread, and then hustled into a patrol wagon and driven to the nearest police court.
Still further, other groups of comrades, at the signal, were to seize the officers of the Mercenaries and the police, as well as all Oligarchs of unusual ability or who held executive positions.
Her drawing-room was probably the only place in the wide world where an Assistant Commissioner of Police could meet a convict liberated on a ticket-of-leave on other than professional and official ground.