Definitions

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  • v. To deprive of a guard; to leave unprotected.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To deprive of a guard; to leave unprotected.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To deprive of a guard; render defenseless.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ guard

Examples

  • September 16th, 2009 6: 01 pm ET unguard Joe Wilson, I have a lightsaber and I am not afraid to use it!

    Beat 360° 9/16/2009

  • She would open up her heart waves to him as they passed, unguard her smile, making sure he knew she would never reject his friendship, would never make fun of him.

    The Illuminated Dream

  • None of it would have affected Janie had she kept a guard on her heart, but at some time during her stay at the Towers she had allowed Pagan Pentrevah to unguard her and now she couldn't even look at him without a thrill to her nerves that was as painful as it was pleasurable.

    A Girl Possessed

  • She changed then her manner; she summoned up her extraordinary craft; she accepted the intimacy held out to her, not to unguard herself, but to lay open her opponent.

    Lucretia — Volume 01

  • Yet we are not talking of the feral chav's who leave their offspring alone with an unguard drinks stash, for he said letting children taste alcohol to ready them for adulthood was

    The Lone Voice

  • · You can use/guard on/off on items to guard/unguard them.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Wc have now a less pleasing part of our duty to perform; and that is, to point out several passa* ges which appeartotis unguard - ed, to say the least; and whicit will, in all probability, lead some of the author's numerous read - ers into error.

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  • However, the boau and ines finding they were difcovered, by th# els of the moon, which was then at full, and ifornicd by a chriftian fiave, who fwam from n, that tlie Turks had left their fliips unguard -

    A new collection of voyages, discoveries and travels : containing whatever is worthy of notice, in Europe, Asia, Africa and America

  • In these days he doesn't unguard to that extent with any one else. "

    Jan A Dog and a Romance

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