jan’·i-zar·y /ˈjanəˌzerē/ n 1. A member of the Turkish infantry forming the Sultan’s guard between the 14th and 19th centuries. 2. A devoted follower or supporter. Also sometimes spelled janissary.
1. Mustafa was the loyal janizary of Islamic State and, following its orders, blew up mosques and with his trusty AK-47, hosed down the crowds in shopping malls.
2. Being the janizary of the Grand Mufti, Abu ish-Kibibble took a young bride. By young we mean she was nine so she was underage. But only by a year.