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synonyms for safeguarding

  • opposing
  • averting
  • conservative
  • foiling
  • forestalling
  • preservative
  • preventive
  • thwarting
  • arresting
  • balking
  • checking
  • coping with
  • defending
  • frustrating
  • guarding
  • in opposition
  • interrupting
  • protecting
  • resistive
  • uptight
  • warding off
  • withstanding
  • careful
  • defensive
  • jealous
  • possessive
  • vigilant
  • warm
  • watchful
  • conservational
  • conservative
  • covering
  • custodial
  • emergency
  • guardian
  • preservative
  • protecting
  • sheltering
  • shielding
  • garrison
  • vigilance
  • defending
  • escorting
  • lookout
  • policing
  • protecting
  • protection
  • rounds
  • scouting
  • sentinel
  • spy
  • watch
  • watching
  • patroler
  • watchperson

antonyms for safeguarding

MOST RELEVANT
  • unwary
  • unwatchful
      • careless
      • inattentive
      • negligent
      • attacking
      • harmful
      • hurtful
      • injurious
      • threatening
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          How to use safeguarding in a sentence

          She strove for the restriction of the White Slave Traffic, and for safeguarding children from the great disease.
          THE ROMANCE OF HIS LIFEMARY CHOLMONDELEY
          In both Bills there was a safeguarding clause as well as an excluding clause.
          HOME RULEHAROLD SPENDER
          The safeguarding clause also grew considerably between 1886 and 1893.
          HOME RULEHAROLD SPENDER
          Proper safeguarding of our water and milk supply is necessary if we are to keep typhoid away.
          A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
          Others feel personally responsible for the safeguarding of visitors, whether the visitor is willing to take chances or not.
          OVER THE FRONT IN AN AEROPLANE AND SCENES INSIDE THE FRENCH AND FLEMISH TRENCHESRALPH PULITZER
          In this emergency my strategy has been towards safeguarding your irreplaceable life to-morrow at all hazard.
          KAI LUNG'S GOLDEN HOURSERNEST BRAMAH
          Maintenance of all existing standards of safeguarding machinery and industrial processes for the prevention of accidents.
          HARPER'S PICTORIAL LIBRARY OF THE WORLD WAR, VOLUME XIIVARIOUS
          It is strange, isn't it, that the public must always experience a terrible lesson before it wakes up to safeguarding human life?
          CHRISTOPHER AND THE CLOCKMAKERSSARA WARE BASSETT
          Turning to the sentry, the Jesuit uttered some order which plainly had for its purport the jealous safeguarding of his prisoners.
          THE GREAT MOGULLOUIS TRACY
          Has it been carried so far that it now tends to defeat its purpose of safeguarding public morals?
          MARRIED LOVEMARIE CARMICHAEL STOPES
          SYNONYM OF THE DAY
          OCTOBER 26, 1985
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          capacitor

          WORDS RELATED TO SAFEGUARDING

          • conserving
          • management
          • preservation
          • preserving
          • protecting
          • protection
          • safeguarding
          • defending
          • escorting
          • garrison
          • lookout
          • patroler
          • policing
          • protecting
          • protection
          • rounds
          • safeguarding
          • scouting
          • sentinel
          • spy
          • vigilance
          • watch
          • watching
          • watchperson
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