bodyguard

[ bod-ee-gahrd ]SEE DEFINITION OF bodyguard

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BODYGUARD

"Surround her with a bodyguard, if you like," said the General.

But it was useless to think of this, with even the General suggesting a bodyguard.

Jerry has been my bodyguard on Sunday nights for a long time past and I am used to him.

And far off in the distance could be heard the cries of his bodyguard.

Behind them came 400 mounted archers forming the bodyguard of the king.

With my bodyguard of four watching every move, I approached.

"He ought to be in the company of officers of the Bodyguard," added he.

The crowning instance of the spirit of the Bodyguard was now given.

He has at least obtained a high commission in the Bodyguard by the use of your name.

We shall also offer you bodyguard for your protection if you deem it necessary.

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