[ US /ənˈɡɑɹdɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnɡˈɑːdɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. displaying or feeling no wariness
    an unguarded remark
  2. lacking protection or a guard
    an unguarded gate
    his unguarded queen was open to attack
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How To Use unguarded In A Sentence

  • Many of the events are informal and unscripted, and can afford glimpses of public figures talking unguardedly about their ideas, their life, and their convictions. The Story Behind the Story
  • In unguarded moments he says he is just curious. Times, Sunday Times
  • After an initial search, police left the crime scene unguarded and open to rain, tides and curious visitors. Times, Sunday Times
  • I gaped unguardedly at the wad of bills in his hands.
  • After an initial search, the stretch of beach where the bodies were found was left unguarded and open to rain, tides and curious visitors. Times, Sunday Times
  • In general it has to be dumped in derelict and unguarded houses, where such of it as is not looted is ruined by damp. As I Please
  • After an initial search, police left the crime scene unguarded and open to rain, tides and curious visitors. Times, Sunday Times
  • At some point in their careers, most broadcasters have made an unguarded comment when the fader was open and the mic was live.
  • Leaving keys in ignitions and leaving purses unguarded is not smart. Mexico living: five questions
  • To have my name traduced in public; in inns, among the meanest vulgar! to have any little favours that my unguarded heart may have too lightly betrayed me to grant, boasted of there! nay, even to hear that you had been forced to fly from my love! History of Tom Jones, a Foundling
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