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Synonyms for guard

Synonyms for guard

to keep safe from danger, attack, or harm

a person or special body of persons assigned to provide protection or keep watch over, for example

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the person who plays that position on a football team

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a device designed to prevent injury or accidents

a posture of defence in boxing or fencing

the person who plays the position of guard on a basketball team

a military unit serving to protect some place or person

a precautionary measure warding off impending danger or damage or injury etc.

the duty of serving as a sentry

(American football) a position on the line of scrimmage

a position on a basketball team

watch over or shield from danger or harm

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protect against a challenge or attack

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take precautions in order to avoid some unwanted consequence

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Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi is the first world leader who has been accorded guard of honour at Nepal's Army Pavilion.
He (Pakistan Prime Minister) is set to land in Kathmandu at about 2 pm and he will be conferred with guard of honour.
A guard of honour was also presented to the martyred.
Old Leamingtonians' juniors were joined on the pitch before the match by youngsters from Old Coventrians to take part in a flag wave and shirt shake before forming the guard of honour.
ALL ABOARD The Oban lifeboat crew formed an RNLI guard of honour for the wedding of their colleagues Leonie and Andrew
Ms McIver's coffin was brought to the cathedral in a horse-drawn carriage, flanked by two police horses, and met by a uniformed guard of honour formed of officers who had either joined the force with her or served alongside her.
Summary: Thakur, who led the Guard of Honour during US President Barack Obama's visit to India last year, miffed after being denied full service
CLAUDIO RANIERI expects Leicester's stars to get an emotional guard of honour at Chelsea after his former Blues players gave him a special send-off when leaving as boss.
And Derek Dyson was given a special send-off when Royal Military Police personnel from Catterick formed a guard of honour at his funeral at Huddersfield Crematorium.
Vijitha Rohana Wijemuni the Naval Rating who hit the then Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi during an inspection of guard of honour outside the President's House, Colombo in 1987, is to lead the Bodu Jana Peramuna (BJP) election campaign from Gampaha, the party said.
He said that Chief Minister Punjab has set a tremendous tradition to present guard of honour to position holders.
The 85-year-old's coffin was draped in regimental colours, while Welsh Guards formed a guard of honour.
HAS there ever been so much fuss made about a simple gesture of sportsmanship to match the supposed furore over the Liverpool players' guard of honour for their Chelsea counterparts at Stamford Bridge?
General Shaikh Mohammed was accorded a red-carpet welcome and he inspected a guard of honour in the Saudi capital.