provost

[ proh-vohst, prov-uh st or, esp. in military usage, proh-voh ]SEE DEFINITION OF provost

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It was Provost, my first professor, who had come to encourage me.

Provost was tall, his silvery hair was blown about, and he had a droll face.

Provost heard my "cue" on the stage, and pushed me gently forward.

"Well, you needn't pay any heed to the Provost, need you," Mr. Quinn retorted.

The provost's men are beating the country for the blackguard.

"Nor will it be taken," the Provost insisted, with an assurance that carried conviction.

Then there is the provost guard, patrolling the streets of Gibraltar.

Dave inquired, after they had passed the British provost guard.

"Stretch your hand, Provost, and fill your glass," said my father.

"That was in the Provost's," quo' he, and he hummed a song I caught the meaning of but slightly.