fend[ fend ]SEE DEFINITION OF fend
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FEND
He has not put us into His Universe and left us to fend for ourselves.
I must tell you this: If you do this mad thing, you fend for yourself.
There were six of them, and after the death of her husband she had to fend for all.
You know I am not particularly tender; I've had to strike and to fend off.
"I don't know what you are talking about," I bluntly tried to fend off his implications.
Teddy's duties would for the most part be to fend off from threatening rocks.
Old Trull and Bonney caught up the pike-poles to fend off with.
Insensibility was very near now, but with all the will that was hers she struggled to fend it off.
There is always a score of men on board to steer and fend off the boat with poles.
Am I responsible for those too shiftless to fend for themselves?