Even the role of disciplinarian often fell to her because, well, he was always traveling.
As a disciplinarian he was foremost in Spain, perhaps in Europe.
In every capacity of life, he was a disciplinarian who could not brook any breach of rule.
Protestants have always felt their affinity with this institutionalist, mystics with this disciplinarian.
Threats only show weakness on the part of the disciplinarian.
And we lost the Pipplys; whereupon Mr. Bangley Coffin regarded his family with the air of a disciplinarian.
Hamilton stared at him, and it was the stern stare of a disciplinarian.
"Don't, if you please," said Thurstane, the disciplinarian rising in him.
Scammel was a brave and accomplished officer, and eminent as a disciplinarian.
The "disciplinarian" would be far better called the "peacemaker," and the "punishment" by some such word as the "adjustment."
"one who enforces order," 1630s, see discipline; earlier used of Puritans who wanted to establish the Presbyterian "discipline" in England (1580s). Meaning "advocate of greater discipline" is from 1746.