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Constable

Constable- Definition:con·sta·ble [kónst?b'l, kúnst?b'l] (plural con·sta·bles)  noun  1.  officer below sheriff: in some towns or townships, a low-ranking law officer  2.  police officer: in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, a police officer of the lowest rank  3.  castle warden: the warden of a royal castle or fortress  4.  royal household official in Middle Ages: the chief administrative and military officer in a royal household, especially in medieval France and England    [12th century. Via Old French conestable < late Latin comes stabilis

Constable- Definition:

con·sta·ble [kónst?b’l, kúnst?b’l] (plural con·sta·bles) noun 1. officer below sheriff: in some towns or townships, a low-ranking law officer 2. police officer: in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, a police officer of the lowest rank 3. castle warden: the warden of a royal castle or fortress 4. royal household official in Middle Ages: the chief administrative and military officer in a royal household, especially in medieval France and England [12th century. Via Old French conestable < late Latin comes stabilis "count of the stable"] -con·sta·ble·ship, noun

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