[uhn-der-sher-if] /ˈʌn dərˌʃɛr ɪf/
a sheriff’s deputy, especially one on whom the sheriff’s duties devolve when the office is vacant.
a deputy sheriff
noun 1. a broad piece of armor, varying widely in form and size, carried apart from the body, usually on the left arm, as a defense against swords, lances, arrows, etc. 2. a similar device, often of lightweight plastic, used by riot police to protect themselves from rocks and other thrown objects. 3. something shaped […]
noun 1. one of the counties of Great Britain. 2. the Shires, the counties in the Midlands in which hunting is especially popular. noun 1. one of an English breed of large, strong draft horses having a usually brown or bay coat with white markings. noun 1. a river in SE Africa, flowing S from […]
noun 1. a collarless, usually pullover undergarment for the torso, usually of cotton and either sleeveless and low-cut or with sleeves, worn chiefly by men and children. noun 1. (mainly US & Canadian) an undergarment worn under a blouse or shirt Brit name vest
verb (used with object), recompensed, recompensing. 1. to repay; remunerate; reward, as for service, aid, etc. 2. to pay or give compensation for; make restitution or requital for (damage, injury, or the like). verb (used without object), recompensed, recompensing. 3. to make compensation for something; repay someone: no attempt to recompense for our trouble. noun […]