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  • prison warden — See warden. prist. Ready …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • warden — n. 1) a prison warden (AE; BE has governor) 2) (BE) a traffic warden 3) an air raid warden USAGE NOTE: An AE prison warden should not be confused with a BE prison warder, who in AE is a prison guard. * * * [ wɔːdn] (BE) a traffic warden a prison… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • Warden — NOTOC Warden may refer to:Officers* Warden (Masonic), a ruling member in a Masonic Lodge * Warden of the Mint, historical highest ranking officer of the Royal Mint of Great Britain * Churchwarden, a lay officer in an Anglican or Episcopal church… …   Wikipedia

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  • Warden — Ward en, n. [OE. wardein, OF. wardein, gardein, gardain, F. gardien. See {Guardian}, and {Ward} guard.] [1913 Webster] 1. A keeper; a guardian; a watchman. [1913 Webster] He called to the warden on the . . . battlements. Sir. W. Scott. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Warden pie — Warden Ward en, n. [OE. wardein, OF. wardein, gardein, gardain, F. gardien. See {Guardian}, and {Ward} guard.] [1913 Webster] 1. A keeper; a guardian; a watchman. [1913 Webster] He called to the warden on the . . . battlements. Sir. W. Scott.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Prison literature in the United States — Prison writing is literature written by people who are incarcerated. It is a distinct literary phenomenon which is increasingly studied as such by academics. [ [http://cfp.english.upenn.edu/archive/2003 07/0107.html Call for Papers: American… …   Wikipedia

  • warden — [wôrd′ n] n. [ME wardein < NormFr, warden (for OFr gardien): see GUARDIAN] 1. a person who guards, or has charge of, something; keeper, custodian, or special supervisory official [fire warden, game warden] 2. the chief administrative official… …   English World dictionary

  • warden — war·den n [Anglo French wardein gardein guardian, from warder garder to guard, protect] 1: an official charged with special supervisory duties or with the enforcement of specified laws or regulations a game warden 2: an official in charge of the… …   Law dictionary

  • warden — early 13c., one who guards, from O.N.Fr. wardein, from Frankish *warding (Cf. O.Fr. guardenc), from *wardon to watch, guard (see WARD (Cf. ward) (v.)). Meaning governor of a prison is recorded from c.1300 …   Etymology dictionary

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