Character 7
Hyphenation bail iff
Pronunciations /ˈbeɪlɪf/

Definitions and meanings of "Bailiff"

What do we mean by bailiff?

A court attendant entrusted with duties such as the maintenance of order in a courtroom during a trial. noun

An official who assists a British sheriff and who has the power to execute writs, processes, and arrests. noun

An overseer of an estate; a steward. noun

A subordinate civil officer or functionary. noun

An overseer or under-steward on an estate, appointed to manage forests, direct husbandry operations, collect rents, etc. Also called a bailiff of forests, or bailiff in husbandry. noun

An officer of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem. noun

In London, an officer who supervises the inspection of fish brought into the city. noun

Originally, a person put in charge of something; especially, a chief officer, magistrate, or keeper, as of a county, town, hundred, or castle; one to whom powers of custody or care are intrusted. noun

A sheriff's deputy, appointed to make arrests, collect fines, summon juries, etc. noun

An overseer or under steward of an estate, who directs husbandry operations, collects rents, etc. noun

A legal officer to whom some degree of authority, care or jurisdiction is committed. noun

The steward or overseer of an estate. noun

An officer of the court who is employed to execute writs and processes and make arrests etc. noun

(law enforcement) An officer of the court, particularly:

A public administrator, particularly:

A private administrator, particularly

Any debt collector, regardless of his or her official status.

A hired ruffian sent to extract money with the threat of removing your goods cos you didnt pay either your council tax or your parking fines. They usually take the original fine and multiply it by 10 to get the fugure that they are gonna demand to be paid ( usually in full at 6.30 am when you are still in bed ) or else! Most bailiffs are 20 stone shaven headed thugs who should belong in Wormwood Scrubs and what they do is the real definition of the phrase " Legalised Daylight Robbery " They belong to the same catogory of people as Traffic Wardens and Traffic Cops - Totally inflexible wankers who are put on this planet to cause misery and upset to people who just want to have a little enjoyment in life. Bailiffs are truly hated but still believe that folks who have nothing and live on the breadline want to make them a cuppa when they call with their van plus their hyper inflated fees and sarky attitudes to remove all the poor buggers worthly goods and leave them sitting on the floor in an empty house - all to pay a parking fine, which was issued by their fellow mate - the Traffic Warden. Urban Dictionary

Thick 'who ate all the pies cunt' who comes round your house, stares at you and asks if your in. Urban Dictionary

Someone who bails out of plans, or stands you up. Urban Dictionary

Nut Smacker Urban Dictionary

One who engages in anal sex. Urban Dictionary

When you’re fucking a girl that owes you money, you tie her to the bed, duck her hard then Cummins on her eyes so she can’t see… grab her purse and run, and never look back. Urban Dictionary

An individual who prepares and cleans a deceased body for the funeral Urban Dictionary

The worst sentence to have in court, not supported by twinkie defending Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Bailiff

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The word "bailiff" in example sentences

However, the bailiff is also justified in shooting the father. ❋ Unknown (2009)

The county within which the sheriff exercises his jurisdiction is still called his bailiwick, while the term bailiff is retained as a title by the chief magistrates of various towns and the keepers of royal castles, as the high bailiff of Westminster, the bailiff of Dover Castle, &c. ❋ Various (N/A)

Most likely the bailiff is now convinced that the defendant did in fact kill the girl, and that the father is correcting a grave miscarriage of justice, so he will only arrest the father after the fact and not try to stop him. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Next I called a bailiff I was friendly with at the Goochland courthouse. ❋ PATRICIA CORNWELL (1993)

_ -- In Scotland the word bailiff has taken the form of "bailie," signifying a superior officer or magistrate of a municipal corporation. ❋ Various (N/A)

In the United States the word bailiff has no special significance. ❋ Various (N/A)

And they went by train with the bailiff from the farm, who was going in about some sheep-dip and to buy pigs. ❋ Edith (1901)

As he said good-bye he promised to turn us all off in a fortnight; he called his bailiff a blockhead; and then, lolling at ease in his carriage, drove back to the town. ❋ Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1882)

* Keep calling the bailiff, "Rusty" and blow him kisses. ❋ Unclebob (2002)

Brian Collier, 46, of Cape Town allegedly called a bailiff Ludwig Rossouw ❋ Unknown (1994)

The bailiff was a big, bluff man, above whose head a small cloud formed when he concentrated on anything too intently. ❋ Anthony, Piers (1977)

In the Channel Islands the bailiff is the first civil officer in each island. ❋ Various (N/A)

He is appointed by the lord of such franchise (who, in the Sheriffs Act 1887, § 34, is referred to as the bailiff of the franchise). ❋ Various (N/A)

I took advantage of the time to pay court to the burgomaster's little hump-backed niece, whom the old fellow thinks so much of, and who is his right hand, just as the bailiff is his left. ❋ Various (N/A)

The former, on his return from war, where he had been general, finding his land neglected, called his bailiff, and said to him, "You would have caught it, had I not been very angry." ❋ 46-120? Plutarch (N/A)

So far as I know, this is the first time as here you’ve been, since it’s been known as the bailiff’s in the house; and I was here yesterday, and looked at all Bessy’s linen and things, and I told her I’d buy in the spotted tablecloths. ❋ Unknown (1917)

[Jase], its the [Bailiff] at the door, Don't let the bastard in cos he'll clear [the flat] out to pay my parking fine! ❋ Stevie-J (2007)

:is [mister] [titwank] in? :who? ❋ Gavin (2003)

Where's [Holmes]? [Dunno]. [Guess] he's a bailiff. ❋ Madbug (2005)

Bailiff, [Smack] his [nuts]! ❋ A And W Spokesman (2021)

My new boyfriend is a [bum-bailiff]. He only wants to do [my arse]. [Carl] is a bum-bailiff. ❋ Eaton Holgoode (2018)

You know that [Shannon] [Grange] that wouldn’t pay me back that £500 yeh, well last night I went to hers and ‘angry bailiffed’ her. Ha. [silly cunt]. ❋ Feistyleelover (2023)

[We need] to [arrange] for a Medical Bailiff before the [funeral] ❋ Peter Sam (2015)

We must [make sure] you do not [come here] again. [Bailiff, whack his peepee]. ❋ Stamplerels (2021)

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