If he had remembered it and coughed it up to the constabulary then, he wouldn't have had it now.
I saw the constabulary going in force there this afternoon.'
All the constabulary had needed to do was remove the bodies and write up a report.
I am, as you know, assistant superintendent to the constabulary force of the colony.
The Intelligence and constabulary officer pushed through the crowd.
You can never tell what the next day may bring you constabulary fellows!
This is the real article; Karamessinis' constabulary and Intelligence officers certified him for me.
He was proud of Terry—trust the constabulary to see a thing through!
He has a protg in the constabulary who learned through police channels all that she will allow to be known of her life.
The constabulary are, I'll admit, but the most of them are as useless as the priests.
1630s, "district under a constable," from Medieval Latin constabularia, from constabulus, Latinized form of Old French conestable (see constable). Meaning "organized body of constables" is from 1837. Earlier (mid-15c.) as an adjective, "pertaining to a constable."