enforcer[ en-fawr-ser, -fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF enforcer
Synonyms for enforcer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENFORCER
Yet love of justice is strong, even in the strictest enforcer of discipline—when the enforcer is Anglo-Saxon.
The late Miss Clarke has well said “to argue this point would be enforcer une porte ouverte.”
As the system develops and our prejudices are abandoned, a method of policing must stand as an enforcer of international law.
Stern represser of revolt, and enforcer of the law, was Gloucester himself a defaulter in these respects?
1570s, agent noun from enforce. Meaning "intimidator" is from 1934, U.S. underworld slang.