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90s Slang You Should Know

park keeper

(in Britain) an official employed by a local authority to patrol and supervise a public park
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  • The park keeper, my dear little children, has curled his moustache, polished up his harmless sword and put on his best uniform.

  • But at this sweet moment of his dream Rodolphe was suddenly awakened by a park keeper, who came up and tapped him on the shoulder.

  • Feed and water troughs are provided, and it is the duty of the park keeper to fill them every morning.

  • A park keeper is no longer called a Parker, nor a maker of palings and palisades a Palliser.

  • Nor did we always wait for the park keeper, but often scaled the gates and so obtained an even more exclusive dip.

    A Labrador Doctor Wilfred Thomason Grenfell

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