Examples of constabulary in a Sentence
all members of the local constabulary were on the alert for the escaped convict
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Their presumptions, at some point, are crushed, either by the gods or the local constabulary.
The club expressed concern to the Merseyside Police, the local constabulary, about the risk of disobedience.
Baumbach puts the rotten ‘secrets’ of Hollywood and the media world on display, yet almost no one in the critical constabulary will dare criticize it for fear of losing prestige.
The Metropolitans were granted authority throughout the New Orleans area, despite that some jurisdictions, including Jefferson, had their own constabularies.
Because the head of the league’s constabulary, Joe Torre, who certainly never sought retaliation in all his years as a manger, ordered no fine or suspension of Rizzo despite confirming Anthony indeed had broken the rule.
The police confirmed that an officer from the Cheshire constabulary in northwest England had been killed while attending the concert with her husband and two children.
The wearing of sombreros at tequila-themed parties triggered — to speak the language of the exquisitely sensitive — the anti-appropriation constabulary at Bowdoin College.
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CONSTABULARY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of constabulary for English Language Learners
: the police force of a particular area
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