Constable and Patrol


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Constable noun – A member of a force charged with law enforcement at the local level.
Patrol and constable are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Patrol" instead a noun "Constable".
Synonyms for Constable


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Patrol noun – The activity of going around or through an area at regular intervals for security purposes.
Constable and patrol are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Constable" instead a noun "Patrol".
Nearby Words: patrolled, patrolling
Synonyms for Patrol

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  • Film / Skyfall Eventually "Constable Silva" stumbles into a lobby full of bobbies on patrol and is amused to realize that his cover is unassailable.
  • Series / Reno 911! Even a visiting straight laced English constable ends up savagely beating suspects, having sex with street hookers in the patrol car, robbing a bank on duty, shooting the bank's security guard, getting fatally shot by the same guard, and being shipped home in a cardboard box.
  • He Knows Too Much Each patrol consisted of local men recommended by their Chief Constable.
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