Synonyms for warden
- prison head
Antonyms for warden
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WARDEN
The outrage on the Warden was not so grotesque, but the effect was the same.
He wore no collar nor any coat; nor did he bring one with him, so the Warden said.
There was nothing of the Warden's estimate in these eyes; nothing of cruelty nor deceit nor greed.
I waited in the Warden's office until the deputies came for the prisoner.
The guard treated him unfairly, lied about him to the warden, lost his credits, persecuted him.
"I suppose he is supplying this young minister's pulpit," returned the warden.
I answered in my mind, "the chaplain going about lying for the warden!"
The Warden admits presents to prisoners from friends outside.
"The warden has not had that assistance from the chaplain," &c.
The aid of the Association to released prisoners, and warden's course.
early 13c., "one who guards," from Old North French wardein, from Frankish *warding- (cf. Old French guardenc), from *wardon "to watch, guard" (see ward (v.)). Meaning "governor of a prison" is recorded from c.1300.