Examples from the Web for custodian
She described arriving at school and hearing shots and seeing the principal and the custodian lying dead.
Both girls had witnessed the death of the principal and the custodian.
For his granddaughter, being a custodian of his legacy is a matter a pride—but also a burden.
Where was the due diligence the IRS is, by law, responsible for when it appointed Madoff a custodian?
Carlile had no secrets of his own, but was the custodian of many of other people's.The Battle of The Press|Theophila Carlile Campbell
They say it is very precious, and a custodian stood by and tenderly turned the leaves for me.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 7|Elbert Hubbard
It was customary for me to question the custodian of hats in this manner: "Is this my hat?"On a Donkey's Hurricane Deck|R. Pitcher Woodward
Pulling out a handful of loose change to pay the custodian, the stranger glanced first at his hand, then back at the painting.Vistas in Sicily|Arthur Stanley Riggs
My dooty was to stay by the door and make it fast, as custodian of all this mansion.Erema|R. D. Blackmore
British Dictionary definitions for custodian
Word Origin and History for custodian
1781, from custody (Latin custodia) + -an. As "janitor," by 1944, American English, short for custodian-janitor (by 1899).