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guard duty

noun as in lookout duty

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His soaring dunks and acrobatic layups play perfectly as trending videos on social media, but he doesn’t chase highlights at his team’s expense or shirk his point guard duties.

Lopez was on his way to relieve a buddy on guard duty when his friend Charlie Stewart picked up the revolvers and started to twirl them like the Hollywood cowboys.

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Bergdahl was relieved from guard duty, and instead of going to sleep, he fled the outpost on foot.

Not surprisingly, many business connections are made during the long hours of operations, guard duty, and training.

Consequently some of the regular regiments who had been doing guard duty in the capital were despatched to the front.

It so happened that the day he visited us, I was performing guard duty around the camp.

But what he didn't know about guard duty was hardly worth knowing.

The remainder were in reserve, or on guard duty at various points.

I learned quite lately that he was not dead, but that his company was doing guard duty at this place.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to guard duty, such as: guard, guardedness, peeled eye, sharp eye, and weather eye.

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