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guard

 (gärd)
v. guard·ed, guard·ing, guards
v.tr.
1.
a. To watch over (a place or person, for example) in order to keep from being damaged, robbed, or injured: guard a bank; guarding a witness. See Synonyms at defend.
b. To supervise the entry and exit through; keep watch at: guard a door.
c. To watch over so as to prevent escape or violence: guard a prisoner.
d. To keep from risk or curtailment; ensure the safety or integrity of: jealously guarded his success; carefully guarded her privacy.
2. Sports To keep (an opposing player) from scoring or playing effectively, usually by remaining close to the player to disrupt offensive play.
3. To maintain control over, as to prevent indiscretion: Guard what you say.
4. To furnish (a device or object) with a part that protects people from harm or injury.
5. Archaic To escort as a guard.
v.intr.
1. To take precautions: guarded against illness by getting exercise.
2. To serve as a guard.
n.
1. A person who protects, keeps watch, or acts as a sentinel: a prison guard.
2.
a. The act or duty of guarding.
b. Protection; watch: The sheepdog kept guard over the herd.
3. Something that gives protection; a safeguard: a guard against tooth decay.
4. A device or attachment that prevents injury, damage, or loss, especially:
a. An attachment or covering put on a machine to protect the operator or a part of the machine.
b. A device on a foil, sword, or knife that protects the hand.
c. A padded covering worn to protect a body part from injury: a shin guard.
d. A small chain or band attached to a watch or bracelet to prevent loss.
e. A ring worn to prevent a more valuable ring from sliding off the finger.
5. An honor guard.
6. Chiefly British A railway employee in charge of a train.
7. Football One of the two offensive linemen on either side of the center.
8. Basketball Either of the two players normally positioned in the backcourt who are responsible for bringing the ball to and initiating offensive plays from the frontcourt.
9. Sports A defensive position or stance, as in boxing or fencing.
10. Electronics A signal that prevents accidental activation of a device or ambiguous interpretation of data.
Idioms:
off (one's) guard
Not alert; unprepared.
on (one's) guard
Alert and watchful; cautious.
stand guard
1. To keep watch.
2. To act as a sentinel.

[Middle English garden, from Old French garder, guarder, of Germanic origin; see wer- in Indo-European roots.]

guard′er n.

guard

(ɡɑːd)
vb
1. to watch over or shield (a person or thing) from danger or harm; protect
2. to keep watch over (a prisoner or other potentially dangerous person or thing), as to prevent escape
3. (tr) to control: to guard one's tongue.
4. (usually foll by: against) to take precautions
5. to control entrance and exit through (a gate, door, etc)
6. (tr) to provide (machinery, etc) with a device to protect the operator
7. (Card Games) (tr)
a. chess cards to protect or cover (a chess man or card) with another
b. curling bowls to protect or cover (a stone or bowl) by placing one's own stone or bowl between it and another player
8. (Chess & Draughts) (tr)
a. chess cards to protect or cover (a chess man or card) with another
b. curling bowls to protect or cover (a stone or bowl) by placing one's own stone or bowl between it and another player
9. (Curling) (tr)
a. chess cards to protect or cover (a chess man or card) with another
b. curling bowls to protect or cover (a stone or bowl) by placing one's own stone or bowl between it and another player
10. (Bowls & Bowling) (tr)
a. chess cards to protect or cover (a chess man or card) with another
b. curling bowls to protect or cover (a stone or bowl) by placing one's own stone or bowl between it and another player
11. (tr) archaic to accompany as a guard
n
12. a person or group who keeps a protecting, supervising, or restraining watch or control over people, such as prisoners, things, etc.
13. a person or group of people, such as soldiers, who form a ceremonial escort: guard of honour.
14. (Railways) Brit the official in charge of a train
15.
a. the act or duty of protecting, restraining, or supervising
b. (as modifier): guard duty.
16. Irish another word for garda
17. (Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a device, part, or attachment on an object, such as a weapon or machine tool, designed to protect the user against injury, as on the hilt of a sword or the trigger of a firearm
18. anything that provides or is intended to provide protection: a guard against infection.
19. (Jewellery)
a. another name for safety chain
b. a long neck chain often holding a chatelaine
20. (Jewellery) See guard ring
21. (Team Sports, other than specified) sport an article of light tough material worn to protect any of various parts of the body
22. (Basketball) basketball
a. the position of the two players in a team who play furthest from the basket
b. a player in this position
23. (Fencing) the posture of defence or readiness in fencing, boxing, cricket, etc
24. (Cricket) take guard cricket (of a batsman) to choose a position in front of the wicket to receive the bowling, esp by requesting the umpire to indicate his position relative to the stumps
25. (Cricket) give guard cricket (of an umpire) to indicate such a position to a batsman
26. off one's guard having one's defences down; unprepared
27. on one's guard prepared to face danger, difficulties, etc
28. (Military) stand guard (of a military sentry, etc) to keep watch
29. (Military) mount guard
a. (of a sentry) to begin to keep watch
b. (with over) to take up a protective or defensive stance (over something)
[C15: from Old French garde, from garder to protect, of Germanic origin; compare Spanish guardar; see ward]
ˈguardable adj
ˈguarder n
ˈguardless adj
ˈguardˌlike adj

guard

(gɑrd)

v.t.
1. to keep safe from harm or danger; protect; watch over.
2. to keep under close watch in order to prevent escape, misconduct, etc.
3. to keep under control as a matter of caution or prudence: to guard one's temper.
4. to provide or equip with some safeguard or protective appliance, as to prevent loss, injury, etc.
5. to position oneself in some sport so as to obstruct or impede the movement or progress of (an opponent on offense).
6. to protect (a chess piece or a square) by placing a piece in a supportive or defensive position relative to it.
v.i.
7. to take precautions (usu. fol. by against): to guard against errors.
8. to give protection; keep watch.
n.
9. a person or group that guards, as one that keeps watch over prisoners or protects a place from disturbance, theft, etc.
10. an act of guarding; a close watch, as over a prisoner or other person under restraint.
11. a device, appliance, or attachment that prevents injury, loss, etc.
12. something intended or serving to guard or protect; safeguard.
13. a posture of defense or readiness, as in fencing, boxing, etc.
14.
a. either of the football linemen stationed between a tackle and the center.
b. the position played by this lineman.
15. either of the basketball players stationed in the backcourt.
16. Brit. a railroad conductor.
17. Guards, household troops.
Idioms:
1. off (one's) guard, unprepared; unwary.
2. on (one's) guard, vigilant; wary.
[1375–1425; < Old French g(u)arde < Germanic; see ward]
guard′er, n.

guard

1. A form of security operation whose primary task is to protect the main force by fighting to gain time while also observing and reporting information, and to prevent enemy ground observation of and direct fire against the main body by reconnoitering, attacking, defending, and delaying. A guard force normally operates within the range of the main body's indirect fire weapons.
2. A radio frequency that is normally used for emergency transmissions and is continuously monitored. UHF band: 243.0 MHZ; VHF band: 121.5 MHZ. See also cover; flank guard; screen.
3. A military or civilian individual assigned to protect personnel, equipment, or installations, or to oversee a prisoner.

Guard

 a body of men positioned to protect or control, 1494. See also convoy, escort.
Examples: guard of angels, 1834; of patience, 1606.

guard


Past participle: guarded
Gerund: guarding

Imperative
guard
guard
Present
I guard
you guard
he/she/it guards
we guard
you guard
they guard
Preterite
I guarded
you guarded
he/she/it guarded
we guarded
you guarded
they guarded
Present Continuous
I am guarding
you are guarding
he/she/it is guarding
we are guarding
you are guarding
they are guarding
Present Perfect
I have guarded
you have guarded
he/she/it has guarded
we have guarded
you have guarded
they have guarded
Past Continuous
I was guarding
you were guarding
he/she/it was guarding
we were guarding
you were guarding
they were guarding
Past Perfect
I had guarded
you had guarded
he/she/it had guarded
we had guarded
you had guarded
they had guarded
Future
I will guard
you will guard
he/she/it will guard
we will guard
you will guard
they will guard
Future Perfect
I will have guarded
you will have guarded
he/she/it will have guarded
we will have guarded
you will have guarded
they will have guarded
Future Continuous
I will be guarding
you will be guarding
he/she/it will be guarding
we will be guarding
you will be guarding
they will be guarding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been guarding
you have been guarding
he/she/it has been guarding
we have been guarding
you have been guarding
they have been guarding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been guarding
you will have been guarding
he/she/it will have been guarding
we will have been guarding
you will have been guarding
they will have been guarding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been guarding
you had been guarding
he/she/it had been guarding
we had been guarding
you had been guarding
they had been guarding
Conditional
I would guard
you would guard
he/she/it would guard
we would guard
you would guard
they would guard
Past Conditional
I would have guarded
you would have guarded
he/she/it would have guarded
we would have guarded
you would have guarded
they would have guarded

Guard

Part of a mowing machine sickle bar.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.guard - a person who keeps watch over something or someoneguard - a person who keeps watch over something or someone
defender, guardian, protector, shielder - a person who cares for persons or property
bouncer, chucker-out - a person whose duty is to throw troublemakers out of a bar or public meeting
door guard, doorman, hall porter, ostiary, porter, gatekeeper, doorkeeper - someone who guards an entrance
halberdier - a guard who carries a halberd (as a symbol of his duty)
screener - a guard at an airport who checks passengers or their luggage at a security checkpoint
security guard, watchman, watcher - a guard who keeps watch
2.guard - the person who plays that position on a football team; "the left guard was injured on the play"
lineman - one of the players on the line of scrimmage
3.guard - a device designed to prevent injury or accidentsguard - a device designed to prevent injury or accidents
device - an instrumentality invented for a particular purpose; "the device is small enough to wear on your wrist"; "a device intended to conserve water"
fender - a low metal guard to confine falling coals to a hearth
safety catch, safety lock - guard consisting of a locking device that prevents a weapon from being fired
4.guard - a posture of defence in boxing or fencing; "keep your guard up"
posture, attitude, position - the arrangement of the body and its limbs; "he assumed an attitude of surrender"
5.guard - the person who plays the position of guard on a basketball team
basketball player, basketeer, cager - an athlete who plays basketball
6.guard - a military unit serving to protect some place or person
military force, military group, military unit, force - a unit that is part of some military service; "he sent Caesar a force of six thousand men"
bodyguard - a group of men who escort and protect some important person
home guard - a volunteer unit formed to defend the homeland while the regular army is fighting elsewhere
territorial reserve, territorial - a territorial military unit
bodyguard, escort - someone who escorts and protects a prominent person
7.guard - a precautionary measure warding off impending danger or damage or injury etc.guard - a precautionary measure warding off impending danger or damage or injury etc.; "he put an ice pack on the injury as a precaution"; "an insurance policy is a good safeguard"; "we let our guard down"
measure, step - any maneuver made as part of progress toward a goal; "the situation called for strong measures"; "the police took steps to reduce crime"
backstop - a precaution in case of an emergency; "he acted as a backstop in case anything went wrong"
security measures, security - measures taken as a precaution against theft or espionage or sabotage etc.; "military security has been stepped up since the recent uprising"
8.guard - the duty of serving as a sentryguard - the duty of serving as a sentry; "he was on guard that night"
assignment, duty assignment - a duty that you are assigned to perform (especially in the armed forces); "hazardous duty"
9.guard - (American football) a position on the line of scrimmage; "guards must be good blockers"
lineman - (American football) the position of a player on a football team who is stationed on the line of scrimmage
football team, eleven - a team that plays football
10.guard - a position on a basketball team
position - (in team sports) the role assigned to an individual player; "what position does he play?"
basketball team, five - a team that plays basketball
Verb1.guard - to keep watch over; "there would be men guarding the horses"
patrol, police - maintain the security of by carrying out a patrol
keep guard, stand guard, stand sentinel, stand watch - watch over so as to protect; "We must stand sentinel to protect ourselves"; "The jewels over which they kept guard were stolen"
keep an eye on, watch over, watch, observe, follow - follow with the eyes or the mind; "Keep an eye on the baby, please!"; "The world is watching Sarajevo"; "She followed the men with the binoculars"
baby-sit, sit - work or act as a baby-sitter; "I cannot baby-sit tonight; I have too much homework to do"
baby-sit - take watchful responsibility for; "I baby-sit the neighbor's plants when she is out of town"
2.guard - watch over or shield from danger or harm; protect; "guard my possessions while I'm away"
protect - shield from danger, injury, destruction, or damage; "Weatherbeater protects your roof from the rain"
shepherd - watch over like a shepherd, as a teacher of her pupils
3.guard - protect against a challenge or attack; "Hold that position behind the trees!"; "Hold the bridge against the enemy's attacks"
protect - shield from danger, injury, destruction, or damage; "Weatherbeater protects your roof from the rain"
hold - take and maintain control over, often by violent means; "The dissatisfied students held the President's office for almost a week"
4.guard - take precautions in order to avoid some unwanted consequence; "guard against becoming too friendly with the staff"; "guard against infection"
act, move - perform an action, or work out or perform (an action); "think before you act"; "We must move quickly"; "The governor should act on the new energy bill"; "The nanny acted quickly by grabbing the toddler and covering him with a wet towel"

guard

verb
1. protect, watch, defend, secure, police, mind, cover, screen, preserve, shelter, shield, patrol, oversee, safeguard, watch over Gunmen guarded homes near the cemetery.
2. watch over, watch, oversee, supervise, keep under surveillance He is being guarded by a platoon of police.
noun
1. sentry, warder, warden, custodian, watch, patrol, lookout, watchman, sentinel The prisoners overpowered their guards and locked them in a cell.
2. escort, patrol, convoy a heavily armed guard of police
3. shield, security, defence, screen, protection, pad, safeguard, bumper, buffer, rampart, bulwark The heater should have a safety guard fitted.
4. caution, vigilance, wariness, watchfulness It takes me a long time to drop my guard and get close to people.
off guard unprepared, napping, unwary, unready, with your defences down His question had caught me off guard.
on (your) guard vigilant, cautious, wary, prepared, ready, alert, watchful, on the lookout, circumspect, on the alert, on the qui vive Be on your guard against crooked car dealers.
Related words
adjective custodial

guard

verb
To keep safe from danger, attack, or harm:
Archaic: fend.
noun
1. A person or special body of persons assigned to provide protection or keep watch over, for example:
2. The act or a means of defending:
Translations
حارِسحارس القِطارحِراسَهيَحْرُسيَحْمي
hlídkastrážstřežitstrážcestrážit
bevogtevagtvogtefangevogterholde vagt ved
gardi
vartijavartioidasuojata
מִשְׁמָר, שׁוֹמֵרשָׁמַר
čuvatistražar
elõvigyázatőrvédelmezvigyázatvonatvezetõ
gæta, halda vörî umlestarvörîurvakt, vernd, gæslavörðurvörîur
見張り見張る
경호원보호하다
eiti sargybągarbės sargybanejučiomnetikėtaipraradęs budrumą
aizsargsapsardzeapsargātmodrībapavadonis
branilecčuvajčuvatistražastražar
vaktvaktabevaka
เฝ้ายาม
canh gáclính gác

guard

[gɑːd]
A. N
1. (= soldier) → guardia mf; (= sentry) → centinela mf; (= squad of soldiers) → guardia f; (= escort) → escolta f
to change (the) guardrelevar la guardia
he's one of the old guardpertenece a la vieja guardia
see also advance D
2. (Mil) (also guard duty) (= watch) → guardia f (fig) (= watchfulness) → vigilancia f
to drop one's guardbajar la guardia, descuidarse
to keep guardvigilar
to keep guard over sth/sb (Mil, fig) → vigilar algo/a algn
to lower one's guardbajar la guardia, descuidarse
to mount guardmontar guardia
to be off one's guardestar desprevenido
to catch sb off his guardcoger or agarrar a algn desprevenido or (LAm) de imprevisto
to be on guardestar en guardia
to be on one's guard (fig) → estar en guardia (against contra) to put sb on his guardponer a algn en guardia, prevenir a algn (against contra)
to stand guard over sthmontar guardia sobre algo
to be under guardestar vigilado
to keep sb under guardvigilar a algn
3. (= security guard) → guardia mf de seguridad
4. (esp US) (= prison guard) → carcelero/a m/f
5. (Brit) (Rail) → jefe m de tren
6. (Sport) → defensa mf
7. (Fencing) → guardia f
on guard!¡en guardia!
8. (= safety device) (on machine) → salvaguardia f, resguardo m; [of sword] → guarda f, guarnición f (also fireguard) → guardafuego m; (= protection) → protección f
he wears goggles as a guard against accidentslleva unas gafas especiales como protección contra accidentes
B. VT [+ prisoner, treasure] → vigilar, custodiar; (while travelling) → escoltar; [+ secret] → guardar; (= protect) [+ place] → guardar, proteger (against, from de) [+ person] → proteger (against, from de) a closely guarded secretun secreto muy bien guardado
C. CPD guard dog Nperro m guardián or de guarda
guard of honour N (Brit) → guardia f de honor
guard's van N (Brit) (Rail) → furgón m
guard against VI + PREP [+ illness] → guardarse de; [+ suspicion, accidents] → evitar
in order to guard against thispara evitar esto
to guard against doing sthevitar hacer algo

guard

[ˈgɑːrd]
n
(= watch) → garde f
to be on guard → être de garde
to stand guard → monter la garde
to mount guard → monter la garde
to be under guard (= surveillance) → être sous surveillance
(= squad) → garde f
(BOXING, FENCING)garde f
(= single guard) → garde m security guard
(British) (RAILWAYS)chef m de train
(= safety device) (on machine)dispositif m de sûreté
(also fireguard) → garde-feu m inv
(= vigilance) to be on one's guard (= careful) → être sur ses gardes
to be on one's guard against sth, to be on guard against sth [+ attack, criticism] → être sur ses gardes contre qch
to be on guard → être sur ses gardes
to lower one's guard, to drop one's guard → baisser sa garde
to catch sb off guard → prendre qn au dépourvu
vt
(= keep watch on) [+ building] → garder, surveiller; [+ prisoner] → surveiller
They guarded the palace → Ils gardaient le palais.
(= protect) [+ person] → protéger
Historic forts guard the entrance to the port → Des forts historiques gardent l'entrée du port.
to be guarded by sth → être gardé(e) par qch
to guard sb/sth against sth → garder qn/qch contre qch
to guard sb/sth from sth → garder qn/qch contre qch
to guard sth with one's life → veiller sur qch comme si sa vie en dépendait
I will guard it with my life → J'y veillerai comme si ma vie en dépendait.
guard against
vi
to guard against sth → protéger contre qch
to guard against doing sth → se garder de faire qchguard dog nchien m de gardeguard duty n
to be on guard duty → être de garde

guard

n
(Mil) → Wache f; (= single soldier)Wachtposten m, → Wache f; (no pl: = squad) → Wachmannschaft f; the Guards (Brit) → die Garde, das Garderegiment; guard of honour (Brit) honor guard (US) → Ehrenwache f; to change guardWachablösung machen
(= security guard)Sicherheitsbeamte(r) m/-beamtin f; (at factory gates, in park etc) → Wächter(in) m(f); (esp US: = prison guard) → Gefängniswärter(in) m(f); (Brit Rail) → Schaffner(in) m(f), → Zugbegleiter(in) m(f)
(= watch: also Mil) → Wache f; under guardunter Bewachung; to be under guardbewacht werden; (person also) → unter Bewachung or Aufsicht stehen; to keep somebody/something under guardjdn/etw bewachen; to be on guard, to stand or keep guardWache halten or stehen; to keep or stand guard over somethingetw bewachen; to put a guard on somebody/somethingjdn/etw bewachen lassen
(Boxing, Fencing) → Deckung f; on guard! (Fencing) → en garde!; to take guardin Verteidigungsstellung gehen; (Cricket) → in Schlagstellung gehen; to drop or lower one’s guard (lit)seine Deckung vernachlässigen; (fig)seine Reserve aufgeben; to have one’s guard down (lit)nicht gedeckt sein; (fig)nicht auf der Hut sein; he caught his opponent off (his) guarder hat seinen Gegner mit einem Schlag erwischt, auf den er nicht vorbereitet or gefasst war; the invitation caught me off guardich war auf die Einladung nicht vorbereitet; I was off (my) guard when he mentioned thatich war nicht darauf gefasst or vorbereitet, dass er das erwähnen würde; to be on/off one’s guard (against something) (fig) (→ vor etw dat) → auf der/nicht auf der Hut sein; to put somebody on his guard (against something)jdn (→ vor etw dat) → warnen; to throw or put somebody off his guard (lit)jdn seine Deckung vernachlässigen lassen; (fig)jdn einlullen
(= safety device, for protection)Schutz m(against gegen); (on machinery) → Schutz (→ vorrichtung f) m; (= fire guard)Schutzgitter nt; (on foil) → Glocke f; (on sword etc) → Korb m
(in basketball) → Verteidigungsspieler(in) m(f)
vt prisoner, place, valuablesbewachen; treasure, secret, tonguehüten; machinerybeaufsichtigen; luggageaufpassen auf (+acc); (= protect) (lit) person, placeschützen (→ from, against vor +dat), → abschirmen (from, against gegen); one’s lifeschützen; one’s reputationachten auf (+acc); (fig) child etcbehüten, beschützen (→ from, against vor +dat); a closely guarded secretein gut or streng gehütetes Geheimnis

guard

:
guard chain
nSicherheitskette f
guard dog
nWachhund m
guard duty
nWachdienst m; to be on guardauf Wache sein, Wache haben (inf)

guard

:
guardrail
nSchutzgeländer nt; (around machinery) → Schutzleiste f; (Rail) → Schutzschiene f, → Zwangsschiene f; (= US: Mot) → Leitplanke f
guardroom
n (used by guard) → Wachstube f
guard rope
nAbsperrseil nt

guard

[gɑːd]
1. n
a. (gen, also) (Mil, Sport) → guardia; (security guard) → guardia giurata (esp Am) (prison guard) → secondino (Brit) (Rail) → capotreno (also guard duty) (watch) → (turno di) guardia (fig) (watchfulness) → vigilanza
to change guard (Mil) → cambiare la guardia
to be on guard (Mil) → essere di guardia
to be on one's guard (fig) → stare in guardia
to keep sb under guard → tenere qn sotto vigilanza
to catch sb off his/her guard → cogliere or prendere qn alla sprovvista
to keep guard over sb/sth (Mil) (fig) → fare la guardia a qn/qc
b. (safety device, on machine) → schermo protettivo; (protection) → riparo, protezione f (also fire guard) → parafuoco; (mud guard) → parafango
2. vt (prisoner, treasure) → fare la guardia a, stare a guardia di; (secret) → custodire; (protect) to guard (against or from)proteggere (da), salvaguardare (da)
3. adj guard dutyturno di guardia
on guard duty → di guardia
guard against vi + prep (take care to avoid, illness) → guardarsi da; (suspicion, accidents) → premunirsi contro
to guard against doing sth → guardarsi dal fare qc

guard

(gaːd) verb
1. to protect from danger or attack. The soldiers were guarding the king/palace.
2. to prevent (a person) escaping, (something) happening. The soldiers guarded their prisoners; to guard against mistakes.
noun
1. someone who or something which protects. a guard round the king; a guard in front of the fire.
2. someone whose job is to prevent (a person) escaping. There was a guard with the prisoner every hour of the day.
3. (American conductor) a person in charge of a train.
4. the act or duty of guarding.
ˈguarded adjective
cautious. He gave guarded replies.
ˈguardedly adverb
guard of honour
soldiers or other people who are lined up as an honour to someone important. A guard of honour greeted the President at the airport.
keep guard (on)
The soldiers kept guard (on the prisoner).
off guard
unprepared. He hit me while I was off guard; to catch someone off guard.
on guard
prepared. Be on your guard against his tricks.
stand guard
to be on duty as a guard. He stood guard at the gates.

guard

حارِس, يَحْرُس hlídka, strážit bevogte, vagt bewachen, Wache φύλακας, φυλάω custodiar, guardia vartija, vartioida garde, garder čuvati, stražar difendere, guardia 見張り, 見張る 경호원, 보호하다 bewaken, bewaker vakt, vokte ochronić, straż guarda, guardar охрана, охранять vakt, vakta เฝ้า, ยาม korumak, nöbetçi canh gác, lính gác 护卫队, 看守

guard

vt. [protect] guardar, proteger, cuidar; guardarse, cuidarse;
to ___ againsttomar precauciones, cuidarse de, guardarse de.

guard

n protector m; mouth — protector bucal; shin — espinillera, canillera (CA, SA)
References in classic literature ?
But we were not left long in our ignorance, for a few moments only had elapsed, when the chief beckoned us to approach, and we perceived that he had been marshalling a kind of guard of honour to escort us on our return to the house of Marheyo.
Here, to witness the scene which we are describing, sat Governor Bellingham himself with four sergeants about his chair, bearing halberds, as a guard of honour.
The ceremony started with the national anthem after which smartly turned out contingent of the armed forces presented guard of honour,
Before departing, Singh was given a ceremonial guard of honour by a smartly turned out contingent drawn from three services of the Bangladeshi armed forces.
Vice Admiral Lord Mountbatten inspecting the guard of honour of 50 merchant seamen, led by Chief Officer H Defty, of Brocklebank Line, and Capt J Clarke, of Moss Hutchison Line, on his visit with Lady Mountbatten to Liverpool's Gordon Smith Institute for Seamen (of which he was patron) for its 130th annual meeting, on May 3, 1951.
EIGHT Coventry ex-service standard bearers formed a guard of honour at the re-dedication of the Walsgrave war memorial at the corner of the Hinckley Road and Hall Lane, adjacent to the traffic lights, not in the grounds of St Mary's Church as previously reported.
The Arsenal players, too, deserve plaudits for the way they observed the guard of honour before kick off.
New Delhi, May 25 (ANI): The Commander-in-Chief of Russian land forces, General Vladimir A Boldyrev, who is on a week-long visit to India, was given a guard of honour here on Monday.
CHELSEA captain John Terry is ready to give Manchester United a guard of honour as champions, even though he knows it will be hard to stomach.
The 23-year-old's unusual guard of honour was organised by mum Heather who drummed up 30 cheerleaders from the Phoenix Crew, all taught by her daughter at the Wood End Community Centre.
I clearly recall the traumatic period leading up to the abdication of Edward VIII, especially the broadcasts on the wireless by the then Prime Minister, Stanley Baldwin; and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Fisher; and probably most of all the personal announcement of his decision to abdicate by the King himself In June or July, 1937, as a serving member of the Territorial Army - Artists Rifles, an officer-producing unit of the Rifle Brigade (now the Royal Green Jackets) - I was part of the Guard of Honour lining the processional route at George VI's, and the late Queen Mother's, Coronation.
Young Scouts from their group will form a guard of honour at the service in Kidderminster.