guard

733 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɡˈɑːd], [ɡˈɑːd], [ɡ_ˈɑː_d]
Loading...

Synonyms for Guard:

custodian (noun)

caretaker, commandant, curator, custodian, functionary, gamekeeper, governor, guardian, jailer, keeper, manager, official, overseer, proctor, ranger, screw, steward, turnkey, warden, warder.

defense (noun)

argument, armor, aversion, barrier, countermeasure, defense, fortress, harbor, moat, protection, rebuttal, resistance, response, security, stronghold, wall.

defend (verb)

answer, argue, avert, backfire, bar, barricade, buffer, counter, counterattack, cover, defend, fend, oppose, police, protect, rebut, reply, resist, respond, retort, return, safeguard, save, screen, secure, shelter, shield, support, sustain, uphold, ward.

protect (verb)

conserve, maintain, preserve.

Other synonyms and related words:

CENTRE, Cerberus, Charioteer, Esquire, Forfend, Lee, Praetorian Guard, Stoker, abandon back, able, accommodate, accompany, accusation, active, adjudge, admit, advance guard, advocate, aegis, agile, agree, alert, allow, almost, altogether, amateur athlete, anticipate, apologist, apply, approximately, archer, arm, arm guard, armament, armed guard, army, around, arrest, asylum, athlete, attend, attendant, avoidance reaction, await, baby-sit, babysit, back, backstop, baggage man, bakehead, ballplayer, bank guard, bank up, base hit, baseballer, baseman, bashibazouk, bastion, battalia, battalion, batter, battery, be careful, be careful of, be prepared for, be ready for, be safe, be vigilant, be watchful, bear, bear harmless, beat back, beat off, beefeaters, beware, bind, bind with thongs, bless, blindfold, blocking back, board, bodyguard, book, bouncer, bowman, brakeman, brakie, breastwork, bridle, brigade, broadly, bull, bulwark, bumper, burden, butcher, by, cabdriver, cabman, care, care for, careful, carry, carter, castellan, catcher, caution, cavalier, center, champion, chaperon, chaperone, charge, chaser, chauffeur, check, cherish, chokidar, circumscribe, cloak, closely, cloud of skirmishers, coach, coachman, coarsely, coast guard, cocoon, cogent, cohort, column, comfortable, command, commonly, companion, company, compass about, competitor, conceal, concierge, concord, concur, condottiere, conduct, conductor, confine, constrain, contain, contraceptive, control, convoy, convoyer, cool, cool off, copyright, cordon, cordon sanitaire, corps, corps d'armee, cortege, cover up, crash helmet, cricketer, curb, curtail, cushion, custodianship, custody, custos, dashboard, decelerate, declare, deem, defence, defender, defense in depth, defense mechanism, defenses, defensive, defensive lineman, defy, detachment, deterrent capacity, disbelieve, dispatcher, division, dodger, dompt, doorkeeper, drayman, driver, duenna, durwan, earthwork, ego defenses, embarrass, end, engarrison, engine driver, engineer, enjoin, ensconce, ensure, entertain, entrench, envelop, escape mechanism, escort, espouse, evzone, extricate, eye, face mask, feed, fellow traveler, fence, fence round, fend for, fend off, fend round, fender, fight, fight back, fight down, fight for, file, finger guard, fireman, flank, flying column, foil, foot guard, footballer, footplate man, force, forcible, forensics, forethought, fortification, fortify, forward, frequently, fullback, fuse, gabion, game keeper, games-player, gamester, gaoler, gari-wala, garrison, gatekeeper, generally, genius loci, gentleman-at-arms, gharry-wallah, give, go for, goalie, goalkeeper, goaltender, goggles, good, govern, guarantee, guard against, guard duty, guard tooth, guarda costa, guarded, guardedness, guarder, guardian angel, guardianship, guardrail, guards, guardsman, guide, hackman, hand guard, handrail, harbour, hard, hard hat, harshly, have, have got, have rightfully, have within, haven, hayward, hedge, helmet, hide, hinder, hold, hold at bay, hold back, hold fast, hold in, hold in check, hold in leash, hold up, hoops position, host, house, household troops, immunity, infielder, influential, inhibit, inlying picket, insulate, insulation, insure, intense, interlock, interpol, intimately, intrench, invigilate at, invigilation, invigilator, it depends, jock, jumper, keep, keep a lookout, keep alive, keep an eye on, keep back, keep eyes open, keep from, keep from harm, keep in, keep in check, keep in view, keep intact, keep inviolate, keep off, keep on ice, keep safe, keep under control, keep under surveillance, keep up, keep vigil, keep watch, keep watch on, keep watch over, knee guard, knuckle guard, laminated glass, lay under restraint, lead, legion, lifeline, lightning conductor, lightning rod, lineman, look after, look for, look out, lookout, lusty, make, make rounds, make safe, manage, mark, marshal, mask, mind, minder, moderate, mollycoddle, monitor, monitoring, most, mudguard, muzzle, nba position, nearly, negative taxis, nestle, night-watchman, nimble, nose guard, not destroy, not endanger, not expend, not quite, not use up, not waste, note, nourish, nurse, nurture, obligate, oblige, observance, observe, observer, obstruct, obtain, offensive lineman, offer protection, on guard, ordinarily, outfield, outfielder, outguard, outpost, overlook, oversee, oversight, pad, padding, paladin, palladium, parados, patent, patrol, patrolman, patronize, peeled eye, phalanx, picket, picquet, pilot, piquet, platoon, player, pledge, poloist, porter, postboy, postilion, potent, precaution, prefect, presence, preservation, prevail, preventive, principal keeper, prison guard, prize, proctoring, professional athlete, prohibit, promote, proof, prophylactic, propugnation, protective, protective clothing, protective custody, protective umbrella, protector, provide for, provision, prudence, psychological defenses, pugilist, pull, put away, put under restraint, qualify, quarterback, qui vive, racer, railroad, railroad man, railroader, rampart, rank, rear guard, redcap, refrigerate, refuge, regiment, register, regularly, rein, rein in, reinforcement, render safe, repel, represent, rescue, reserve, reserved, restrain, retain, retrench, ride shotgun for, robust, roughly, rudely, sacre, safe, safe-conduct, safekeeping, safeness, safety, safety device, safety glass, safety guard, safety plug, safety rail, safety shoes, safety switch, safety valve, sanctuary, sandbag, scout, seat belt, section, security guard, see after, self-defence, self-defense, self-preservation, self-protection, sentinel, sentry, sentry duty, sentry go, set back, shade, shadow, sharp eye, sheathe, sheltered, shepherd, shielding, shin guard, shortstop, shotgun, shroud, signalman, sit, skater, slow down, smoke agent, snub, solid, some, something like, sotnia, spare, sport, sportsman, squad, squadron, squire, stable, stand up for, stand watch, stationmaster, steady, stewardship, stonewall, straiten, strong, sturdy, subdivision, sun helmet, superintend, supervise, supervisor, supervisory, supporter, surveillance, swain, switchman, syce, tackle, tailback, take, take care of, take charge of, take for, take hold, take note of, take notice of, take out, tend, thereabout, thereabouts, throw, ticket inspector, to protect, toxophilite, train, train conductor, train guard, trainboy, trainman, trainmaster, travelling ticket collector, travelling ticket inspector, treasure, truckman, trust, tutelary deity, tutelary god, tutelary saint, umbrella, underwrite, unevenly, upholder, usher, van, vanguard, vedette boat, vetturino, victual, vidette boat, view as, vigil, vigilance, vigilant, vindicate, vindication, vindicator, violently, virtually, voiturier, wagoner, wait, wait on, walk a beat, ward off, wardress, warehouse, wariness, warn, watch, watch and ward, watch for, watch over, watchdog, watcher, watchful, watchful eye, watchfulness, watching, watchkeeper, watchman, watchperson, weather eye, wellness, whip, windscreen, windshield, wing, wingback, withhold, withstand, wrestler, yardman, yardmaster, yeoman.

Rhymes for Guard:

  1. jarred, charred, starred, marred, chard, barred, yard, bard, hard, scarred, shard, lard, card, sward, nard;
  2. disbarred, godard, discard, bernard, bombard, girard, regard;
  3. disregard, avant-garde;

Quotes for Guard:

  1. The first duty of an historian is to be on guard against his own sympathies. James Anthony Froude.
  2. I am often on guard over the Russians. In the darkness one sees their forms move like stick storks, like great birds. They come close up to the wire fence and lean their faces against it. Their fingers hook round the mesh. Erich Maria Remarque.
  3. If you meet somebody who's spent any length of time in prison, you don't let your guard down. Ever. And really, that's what that was about -if you open up too much, you're asking to get your teeth kicked in. Tim Roth.

Idioms of Guard:

  1. on guard
  2. put one on one's guard
  3. guard against;