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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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If you tried to vote some ward-heeler would challenge you and you'd like as not be hauled off to the lock-up.
BUNKER BEANHARRY LEON WILSON
"Well, if you want to make your political heeler an angel, I have no objection," laughed the enfranchised being.
The fellow impersonated one of his heelers, took the civil-service examination in the heeler's name, and got the position for him.
Supposing she had still to go on, week in and week out, in Heeler's noisy, stifling factory.
THE BEGGAR MANRUBY MILDRED AYRES
She told him what she earned at Heeler's, and asked double the amount if she consented to stay with Faith.
THE BEGGAR MANRUBY MILDRED AYRES
The heeler and the howler are alike silent—they have folded their tepees like Arabs and fled in wild dismay.
The man Gryson, who had developed into a heeler of sorts, had been growing restive, wanting more money.
"They've got my number," said the ward-heeler, in a convict whisper which was little more than a facial contortion.
In the thick of it he seemed to see the ward-heeler standing at his bedside and beating furiously upon a huge Chinese gong.
And Blount knew the disappearance was real, because the ward-heeler's own henchmen were searching for him.

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