catchpole[ kach-pohl ]SEE DEFINITION OF catchpole
Synonyms for catchpole | as indelegate
- member of Congress
- people's choice
- pinch hitter
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CATCHPOLE
I do not blame her so much, though, as I do that wretch of a Catchpole.
Mr. Catchpole, this assumes a very—I may say—painful aspect.
You can tell Mr. Catchpole his master wishes to see him here.
They were all immediately informed that a catchpole was housed.
If that's all right, Mr. Catchpole will give you your agreement.
The administration of justice occupied a horde of officials, from the Justice down to the Catchpole.
The name she had chosen was Catchpole; and it still survived as an identifying force, if called on.
You must know, that he that made the escape and the catchpole are a couple of ancient friends and pot-companions.
Catchpole, the landlord of a small inn, two miles from the Dingle, and not far from Willenhall in Staffordshire.
They arrested that Catchpole: they led him to the place where he had offended: and there they made an example of him.