If you tried to vote some ward-heeler would challenge you and you'd like as not be hauled off to the lock-up.
"They've got my number," said the ward-heeler, in a convict whisper which was little more than a facial contortion.
In the thick of it he seemed to see the ward-heeler standing at his bedside and beating furiously upon a huge Chinese gong.
And Blount knew the disappearance was real, because the ward-heeler's own henchmen were searching for him.
A woman singer; canary
[1946+; found by 1633 as ''singer'']