- v. present participle of guard.
“And this is what you call guarding one's materials," he said.”
“Such a view of the Constitution, finally, would have the effect of excluding the judicial authority of the United States from its participation in guarding the boundary between the legislative powers of the General and the State Governments ....”
“We were at Ben Yusif, close to Cairo for two weeks and then moved up to Tobruk, again guarding convoys of troops.”
“As they had to sleep, and as the watches extended through the night, their whole waking time was expended in guarding Dennin.”
“The Samoan had always been fastidiously cautious in guarding cash.”
“The state legislatures have an interest in guarding their powers against federal usurpation.”
“After missing a turnaround bank shot from about 10 feet with Martin guarding him, Duncan groused about it down the floor and was called for a technical foul with 1: 25 remaining in the third quarter.”
“He had a really tough assignment in guarding Vince Carter, but I thought he really made Carter work, '' Blazers coach Nate McMillan said.”
“This has gone on for years (and I allowed it), but now that I'm home, I relish my new-found freedom and have been ruthless in guarding it.”
“I will use your suggestions and be even more vigilant in guarding my home from "wanderers".”
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