Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of bodyguard.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Britney Spears is reported to have fired two of her long-term bodyguards for allowing the “weedman” into her house then she ordered a garage to tow away Kevin’s beloved Ferrari.

    Divorce Kevin, Website Orders Britney Spears

  • His bodyguards were his closest followers, his True Believers.

    The Omega Theory

  • His bodyguards were his closest followers, his True Believers.

    The Omega Theory

  • While they struggle with those threatening to demolish the colony, their adopted teenage child Zoe ignores the big picture; instead she has fun with her boyfriend Enzo and her sarcastic best friend Gretchen while flirting with her Obin bodyguards.

    Zoe’s Tale-John Scalzi « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews

  • If the car was parked in her garage, there were the two so-called bodyguards inside the house, plus the children, plus the so-called au pair!

    Deadly Intent

  • If the car was parked in her garage, there were the two so-called bodyguards inside the house, plus the children, plus the so-called au pair!

    Deadly Intent

  • Asked if it was possible that Fitzpatrick had been the one to arrange for these two so-called bodyguards, she had shaken her head.

    Deadly Intent

  • Asked if it was possible that Fitzpatrick had been the one to arrange for these two so-called bodyguards, she had shaken her head.

    Deadly Intent

  • If the car was parked in her garage, there were the two so-called bodyguards inside the house, plus the children, plus the so-called au pair!

    Deadly Intent

  • Asked if it was possible that Fitzpatrick had been the one to arrange for these two so-called bodyguards, she had shaken her head.

    Deadly Intent

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