The warden pulled over and fired his rifle at Dorner as he drove off.
After a thirty-minute wait that seemed to last forever, the warden entered with his entourage and introduced himself.
The warden hesitated, looked around the room, then said, “No problem.”
On Escobar's order, Popeye took Mendoza hostage in the warden's house while Escobar tried to figure his way out of the bind.
Instead you have someone like the warden conducting something like a consciousness check.
He's got something to tell me, but the warden watches you like a hawk.
“Sit down, please, Mr. Trimm,” said the warden with a nervous cordiality.
What have I been doing lately that would outrage the warden sufficiently to call me up at ten o'clock?
I'll ask the warden about letting the men out of their cells.
A by-law was passed appointing a special building committee, and authorizing the warden to sign contracts.
early 13c., "one who guards," from Old North French wardein, from Frankish *warding- (cf. Old French guardenc), from *wardon "to watch, guard" (see ward (v.)). Meaning "governor of a prison" is recorded from c.1300.