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Alsatian the British word for German shepherd, a breed of large brown or black dogs that are often used as guard dogs and as guide dogs for blind people.
changing of the guard a ceremony in which a guard is replaced by another guard.
defend to protect from harm; guard. [1/2 definitions]
Doberman pinscher a breed of dog. Doberman pinschers have short, smooth, black hair with tan markings and are used as guard dogs.
dragon an imaginary monster that looks like a giant lizard with wings, claws, and a long tail. In stories or pictures, dragons breathe fire and often guard a place or treasure.
ensign the lowest rank of an officer in the U.S. Coast Guard or Navy. [1/2 definitions]
escort a person or group of people who travel with someone to protect, guide, or guard that person, or to show respect. [1/3 definitions]
fender a metal guard over the wheel of a truck, car, or bicycle. [2 definitions]
German shepherd a breed of dog. German shepherds are large dogs that resemble wolves and have a thick brown or black coat. They are used as guard dogs and as guide dogs for blind people.
grate1 a frame of crossed or parallel metal bars used as a covering or guard over an opening. [1/2 definitions]
karate a way to protect and guard oneself without weapons. Karate uses hard blows with the elbows or the edges of the hands or feet.
patrol to guard by making regular trips along or through. [1/3 definitions]
safeguard to keep safe; guard; protect. [1/2 definitions]
safety pin a pin folded back on itself to form a clasp. There is a spring at one end and a guard at the other end to cover the point. A safety pin is used to hold two pieces of cloth or other material together.
surprise to catch (someone or something) off guard; act upon without giving any warning. [1/6 definitions]
wary on guard against threat or danger. [1/2 definitions]
watch to guard or tend attentively. [1/8 definitions]
watchdog a dog that is trained to guard property.