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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bodyguard.
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In fact, that marketplace where McCain and his mush-mouthed Senate shouder-parrot Lindsey Graham visited and rooked the vendors is now absolutely off-limits for U.S. personnel — flak-jacketed, bodyguarded and Blackhawk-hovered or not.
This is no joke--this man had benched 500, bodyguarded Muhammad Ali, kickboxed with Joe Lewis, and is the only human being to complete Masaad Ayoob's Lethal Force Institute LFI-1 and LFI-2 classes back to back.
You know, they bodyguarded the Stones back in the day.
Blast it, I don't want to have to go around bodyguarded like a Fourth