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  • n. Plural form of guardswoman.


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  • MICHAEL O'HANLON, BROOKINGS INSTITUTION: I am worried about how hard we are asking our guardsmen and guardswomen to work overseas.

    CNN Transcript Dec 16, 2004

  • Two of the guardswomen sprang up without an order and vanished like hares fleeing the wolf.

    Conan the Valiant

  • By the time she was sober, the guardswomen had returned with the wine.

    Conan the Valiant

  • The delicate faces of Mishrak's guardswomen showed grim satisfaction at that last detail.

    Conan the Valiant

  • “I imagine the warriors looked somewhat like our guardswomen,” the captain said mildly.

    The Princess

  • For the first time she met the guardswomen and she saw Gena trying to learn to wrestle.

    The Princess

  • "And why, pray?" asked grandma, her eyes flashing a challenge, while her faithful guardswomen, Carry and Dawn, suspended work to see how the argument ended.

    Some Everyday Folk and Dawn

  • Later, as he and the captain were walking back to the men’s training ground, J.T. said, “Tell me, do the guardswomen welcome men like your men welcome the princess?”

    The Princess

  • J.T. and the captain talked to Jarnel and it was agreed that, somehow, one of the guardswomen would be substituted for one of Aria’s ladies-in-waiting.

    The Princess


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