policeman

[ puh-lees-muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF policeman

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POLICEMAN

He was stopped by a policeman, who demanded, "Whose bag is that, Johnny?"

A policeman told me that he lived on this street, and that his name is Calkins.

I would dismiss every policeman at once, with thanks, if I were you.

I am not sure that Policeman Duffer would have recognized him.

The whole air of him, though he was in civilian's clothes, proclaimed the policeman.

An awning from the house door to the curbstone, and a policeman!

There was nothing to be done but, in policeman's language, 'move on.'

They evidently sympathized with their comrade's objection to the duties of a policeman.

"The policeman would lock you up if you were to do that," she replied.

The by-standers went their ways, and the Chinaman, assisted by the policeman, his own.

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