Wardsman
Wardsman \Wards"man\, n.; pl. {Wardsmen}. A man who keeps ward; a guard. [R.] --Sydney Smith. [1913 Webster]

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  • wardsman — wards·man …   English syllables

  • wardsman — /ˈwɔdzmən/ (say wawdzmuhn) noun a man employed within a hospital to transport patients and to deliver medical supplies. {combination of two words originally in a syntactical relationship; ward s (genitive case) + man} …   Australian English dictionary

  • wardsman — ˈwȯ(ə)dzmən noun (plural wardsmen) Etymology: wards (gen. of ward) (I) + man Britain : an inmate or guard in charge of a ward in a prison workhouse …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wardsmen — Wardsman Wards man, n.; pl. {Wardsmen}. A man who keeps ward; a guard. [R.] Sydney Smith. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Colin Campbell Ross — Born 11 October 1892(1892 10 11) North Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia Died 24 April 1922(1922 04 24) (aged 29) Old Melbourne Gaol, Melbourne, Victoria Charge(s) Murder …   Wikipedia

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