policeman


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policeman

(feminine), policewoman
a member of a police force, esp one holding the rank of constable
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The policeman went on writing in his notebook; twice he put his pencil in his mouth, and once he dipped it in the treacle.
I'm all for making a policeman into sausages," said John Crook.
The policeman was a representative of the law, and law is sacred to an Englishman.
What a nice figure the policeman must have cut, my dear
Tis Jawn McCaskey and his missis at it again," meditated the policeman.
Here the policeman found another empty bag like that which was found full of oats in the boy's basket.
A policeman, under orders from his captain, clambered to the lofty seat of the coal waggon to arrest the driver.
It's not the first time, either," said the policeman, severely, shaking his head.
It's a difficult job," the policeman said to Raskolnikov, and as he did so, he looked him up and down in a rapid glance.
A policeman came charging down the sidewalk and bounced through the doors into the saloon.
There were shrieks and shouts, and suddenly a mounted policeman came galloping through the confusion with his hands clasped over his head, screaming.
On the opposite and lighter side of the way, a short distance below me, a policeman was strolling along in the direction of the Regent's Park.