Definition of 'Guards'
Example sentences containing 'Guards'
She couldn't have been more than twenty-three or -four, but she had all the steely intransigence of the Brigade of Guards.DEAD BEAT (2002) IN LOVE AND WAR THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
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