jailer : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n someone who guards prisoners
- Citing mostly circumstantial evidence, Prosecutor William Griffin contended that she lured the 62-year-old jailer into her cell with a promise of sex and then killed him in .
- After the jailer has departed one evening, the prisoner notices his cell door has been left open.
- On the jailer and the jailer's wife he made a strongly mysterious impression; his effect on the jailer's daughter was even stronger.
- Dana Perino in USA Today
America does not have any intention of being the world's jailer,White House deputy press secretary Dana Perino told reporters.
- Michael Hayden in Newsday
We were kind of turning into the nation's jailer, a wholly inappropriate role for us,Hayden said.
- John F Kennedy in Plainview Daily Herald
In an era when "alikeness" was prized, Kennedy said, "Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth." "We should not let our fears hold us back from pursuing our hopes." "Let us go forth to lead the land we love, asking...