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


Of course players must lose vast sums of money to enable the keepers of the establishment to pay these large prices.

Down the RhineOliver Optic

His two lieutenants, Quayle and Hutton, were left standing at the head of the great army of servants and keepers.

The Ball and The CrossG.K. Chesterton

Mukna was put on probation for a year; that is, the keepers watched him for a year to see if he would behave well.

Keepers of inns sent their guests to profit by this chance of free entry.

Towards the latter end of our work our keepers grew more and more remiss in their care of us.

Whatever emblems of deity were in possession of the village were always placed in these houses under the watchful care of keepers.

In consequence of this event, three keepers were always stationed at the lighthouse.

So at night we contrived to break it open, beat the keepers, and make our escape.

The HeroineEaton Stannard Barrett

On that river I have frequently seen flat boats loaded with them, and their keepers armed with pistols and dirks to guard them.

The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 3 of 4American Anti-Slavery Society

And it would surely have been unwise to fret those who were the Keepers of the Baskets, at the very last.


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