custodian

doorkeepers

ˈdɔːkiːpə

noun

a person on duty at the entrance to a building.

doorman,door attendant,commissionaire,gatekeeper,caretaker,janitor,custodian,concierge,tiler

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doorkeeper

ˈdɔːkiːpə

noun

a person on duty at the entrance to a building.

doorman,door attendant,commissionaire,gatekeeper,caretaker,janitor,custodian,concierge,tiler

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defenders

dɪˈfɛndə

noun

a person who defends someone or something.

a determined defender of British interests

protector,guard,guardian,preserver,bodyguard,custodian,watchdog,keeper,overseer,superintendent,caretaker,steward,trustee,supporter,upholder,backer,champion,advocate,endorser,sustainer,bolsterer,apologist,proponent,exponent,promoter,apostle,standard-bearer,torchbearer,flagbearer,adherent,believer

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defender

dɪˈfɛndə

noun

a person who defends someone or something.

a determined defender of British interests

protector,guard,guardian,preserver,bodyguard,custodian,watchdog,keeper,overseer,superintendent,caretaker,steward,trustee,supporter,upholder,backer,champion,advocate,endorser,sustainer,bolsterer,apologist,proponent,exponent,promoter,apostle,standard-bearer,torchbearer,flagbearer,adherent,believer

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curators

kjʊ(ə)ˈreɪtə

noun

a keeper or custodian of a museum or other collection.

the curator of drawings at the National Gallery

custodian,keeper,conservator,guardian,caretaker,steward

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curator

kjʊ(ə)ˈreɪtə

noun

a keeper or custodian of a museum or other collection.

the curator of drawings at the National Gallery

custodian,keeper,conservator,guardian,caretaker,steward

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caretakers

ˈkɛːteɪkə

noun

a person employed to look after a building.

he works as a college caretaker

janitor,warden,attendant,porter,custodian,keeper,watchman,steward,curator,concierge,superintendent

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caretaker

ˈkɛːteɪkə

noun

a person employed to look after a building.

he works as a college caretaker

janitor,warden,attendant,porter,custodian,keeper,watchman,steward,curator,concierge,superintendent

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captors

ˈkaptə

noun

a person that catches or confines another.

he managed to escape from his captors two nights later

jailer,guard,incarcerator,custodian,keeper,enslaver,detainer

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captor

ˈkaptə

noun

a person that catches or confines another.

he managed to escape from his captors two nights later

jailer,guard,incarcerator,custodian,keeper,enslaver,detainer

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