well-protected

well-protected

adj (well protected when postpositive)
having suitable defence against attack, harm, etc
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The dogs are well-protected in these dangerous situations, armed with ballistic body armor, protective gear to shield against bullets and shrapnel, and infrared night-sight cameras that provide crucial feedback to troops and warn of potential ambushes.
And when we are planning our holidays abroad, ensuring we are well-protected is placed high on our list of priorities.
Liverpool's neighbours Everton have also moved to reassure fans that their Goodison Park ground is well-protected.
'Hardened' is security patois for a well-protected building.
Though already well-protected from competition by highly restrictive licensing schemes, it would, if the commission's proposal became law, win a legal lock on the gaming market.
NatWest, banker for 750,000 of Britain's small businesses, is very concerned that so few are as well-protected.
With just 20 months left for the games to begin, security officials are concerned by what they call "displacement" in which terrorists change their plans to attack well-protected Olympic venues and aim instead at softer targets.
Energy stocks were also relatively well-protected from the sell-off with Scottish & Southern setting the pace among.
Fire Exits: Fire exits must be well-protected from unauthorized entry.
Threatened with having their well-protected industry opened to bankers and stock brokers, insurance industry leaders pressed their case to ruling Liberal Democratic Party members receiving considerable financial support from the industry.