- v to keep watch over
- v watch over or shield from danger or harm; protect
- v protect against a challenge or attack
- v take precautions in order to avoid some unwanted consequence
- s prudent
- As usual, the Atomic Energy Commission released only a few guarded bits of information.
- He traveled with Kim to public events and guarded him at some of the eight residences he has outside Pyongyang, one for every province in North Korea.
- In that guarded pledge may lie the first sign that after nearly two years of fighting, parts of the insurgency in Iraq are prepared to talk and move toward putting away their arms .
- Theo Epstein in SI.com
Usually it takes a while to be able to reach all 29 other teams and hear what they're trying to do. This increased our efficiency tremendously. It saves us all a lot of time,Epstein said. "Some teams were specific. Some were more guarded."
- Ahmad Wali in Times Online
Ahmad Wali Karzai, who was in the capital Kabul, said: "The main target was the prison. The prison is very well guarded. We don't know about the casualties. It was a very big explosion. It was a huge explosion."
- Calipari in HoopsWorld
That first half of basketball was one of the best I've been involved in as a coach,Memphis coach John Calipari said. "I loved how unselfish we were and I loved how we guarded."