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  • adj. That may be guarded.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Capable of being guarded or protected.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Capable of being guarded or protected.


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From guard +‎ -able.


  • I see a lot of positives about him and he will become un-guardable in the future.

    New year, same problems for the Wizards

  • His reason was that 'we have few places guardable, Portsmouth excepted.'

    Sir Walter Ralegh A Biography

  • "They were cutting him off," Jackson said, not explaining how one of the greatest offensive players in NBA history suddenly has become very guardable. Top Stories

  • For all intents and purposes, Sloan is not guardable in a one-on-one situation.

    The Battalion

  • I conceded long ago that KB24 is pretty much un-guardable, being able to obstruct his view is perhaps the next best thing to do.

  • You saw how Meeks was defended and demonstrated that he is not yet an All American (he is a good player - but he can't create off his own dribble which makes him very guardable).

    Kentucky Sports Radio

  • There's the argument that Phoenix could simply allow Dirk to "get his" and limit the guardable Mavericks, a fine idea.


  • He can be basically un-guardable at times (ask the Cavs).

    SLAM Online

  • "If we're to keep this project guardable -- against demons, politicians, bureaucrats, and the news media -- we have to keep it small, minimum personnel and everybody trustworthy.

    Operation Luna


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