disciplinarian[ dis-uh-pluh-nair-ee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF disciplinarian
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCIPLINARIAN
In every capacity of life, he was a disciplinarian who could not brook any breach of rule.
Threats only show weakness on the part of the disciplinarian.
Time was too precious to be wasted, and the monitress was something of a disciplinarian.
Hamilton stared at him, and it was the stern stare of a disciplinarian.
He was, as became his nature and his training, a disciplinarian.
As a disciplinarian he was foremost in Spain, perhaps in Europe.
As a disciplinarian he is not equal to Hovey, but is much better than some others.
He must recover and maintain his reputation as a disciplinarian, somehow, but how?
He was all military, through and through, and a disciplinarian of disciplinarians.
He wonders if they will obey him and is not sure of himself as a disciplinarian.