defend[ dih-fend ]SEE DEFINITION OF defend
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEFEND
To defend and avenge each other, is the deep feeling of all.
Will you then defend a man in speaking things that are not true?
She challenged his philosophy and gave him a chance to defend it.
Naturally he felt called upon to endorse his heroine, to defend her.
That brute of a Bouquet came spying about my castle, and I did but defend myself.
Uncle Joey Fesch joined him, as if to protect and defend him.
This Bouquet is a rascal who will be more likely to end in the Bastille than I, who did but defend my own.
Why don't they defend it on the flank also, even with arrows?
She defended the weak because they were weak, whereas he would have had her defend the truth because it was the truth.
Now that you are upon your guard, your own prudence will defend you sufficiently.