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1. constable

noun. ['ˈkɑːnstəbəl'] a lawman with less authority and jurisdiction than a sheriff.

Synonyms

  • peace officer
  • law officer

Etymology

  • conestable (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • comes stabuli (Latin)

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Rhymes with Constable

  • able
  • abominable
  • acceptable
  • acceptable
  • accessible
  • accountable
  • accountable
  • achievable
  • acknowledgeable
  • acknowledgeable
  • actionable
  • adaptable
  • addressable
  • adjustable
  • admirable
  • admirable
  • admissible
  • adoptable
  • adorable
  • advisable

How do you pronounce constable?

Pronounce constable as ˈkɑnstəbəl.

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Sentences with constable


1. Adjective
In the event the tenant does not move, the leaseholder can request that the constable complete the eviction.

2. Noun, singular or mass
The difference between what a constable does and what a sheriff does will vary by jurisdiction.

Quotes about constable


1. No it's not!"said Constable Visit. "Atheism is a denial of a god.""Therefore It Is A Religious Position,"said Dorfl. "Indeed, A True Atheist Thinks Of The Gods Constantly, Albeit In Terms of Denial. Therefore, Atheism Is A Form Of Belief. If The Atheist Truly Did Not Believe, He Or She Would Not Bother To Deny.
- Terry Pratchett, Feet of Clay

2. Constable

noun. English landscape painter (1776-1837).

3. constable

noun. ['ˈkɑːnstəbəl'] a police officer of the lowest rank.

Synonyms

  • police officer
  • police constable
  • policeman

Etymology

  • conestable (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • comes stabuli (Latin)
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