Even the role of disciplinarian often fell to her because, well, he was always traveling.
As a disciplinarian he was foremost in Spain, perhaps in Europe.
Hamilton stared at him, and it was the stern stare of a disciplinarian.
Protestants have always felt their affinity with this institutionalist, mystics with this disciplinarian.
In every capacity of life, he was a disciplinarian who could not brook any breach of rule.
And we lost the Pipplys; whereupon Mr. Bangley Coffin regarded his family with the air of a disciplinarian.
Threats only show weakness on the part of the disciplinarian.
"Don't, if you please," said Thurstane, the disciplinarian rising in him.
Scammel was a brave and accomplished officer, and eminent as a disciplinarian.
The "disciplinarian" would be far better called the "peacemaker," and the "punishment" by some such word as the "adjustment."
"one who enforces order," 1630s, see discipline; earlier used of Puritans who wanted to establish the Presbyterian "discipline" in England (1580s). Meaning "advocate of greater discipline" is from 1746.