from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A person hired by a private organization to guard a physical plant and maintain order.
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- n. A person who is employed to provide security for people or property.
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- n. a guard who keeps watch
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At that point the woman called a security guard, and Ringham was shown to the door.
“My dear,” he said, waving over the security guard.
A security guard confessed to letting strangers in to the security area.
The security guard heard the robbers drilling through a neighboring cellar and went to investigate.
A few steps away from Wanda's window, a short balding man in his seventies stood at the front door of the DMV arguing with the security guard.
Philpotts walks towards us with Brian the security guard.
We -- it seemed to me that the -- the issue was finished with the officer and the security guard.
Kaori presented her ID and watched the security guard pick up the phone.
In need of money, he once worked as a security guard in a Los Angeles shopping mall.
My father was a janitor and facilities worker, retired as a security guard.