View definitions for unguarded
adjective as in thoughtless; unwary
The new pool alarm system he’s just developed sends out several types of warnings when someone or something splashes into an unguarded pool.
Piercing his cocoon of lies is one problem—the other is the fact that he left almost no evidence of his unguarded thoughts.
Perhaps that’s why Levy is able to extract such unguarded answers from Lange and her family members.
Prince Harry has been fortunate that reaction to his criticism of the First Amendment—he called this founding principle of the American constitution “bonkers” in an unguarded podcast chat—has not taken off and become a full-blown “thing.”
I happened to run into the superintendent the day we got the news, and blurted out a question in an unguarded moment.
The curtained-off “backstage” area is unguarded and chaotic.
As the agent looked down to read the message, Todashev apparently took the unguarded instant as opportunity.
That kind of unguarded remark also feeds perceptions that the mainstream media is biased against Romney.
People are unguarded around her, which will prove to be interesting.
The distribution of the Portuguese force was made wholly on the coast, while the land side was left totally unguarded.
If therefore he should leave elevator shafts, or hatchways unguarded, he would be clearly liable for the consequences.
Thereupon the fisherman rushed to save his cloak, and the fox bolted out at the unguarded door.
He did not dare to call assistance; an unguarded word might have slipped out unawares.
The route through the valley of La Belle was little known to Federals, and practically unguarded.
On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unguarded, such as: candid, indiscreet, offhand, spontaneous, accessible, and artless.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.