- guard pin,
- guard ring,
- guard's van,
- guardhouse lawyer,
Origin of guarded
Examples from the Web for guardedly
I'm not religious myself, but I think it's a shame that liberalism is so guardedly secular.
The mood among veteran Burma critics can best be described as watchful—with some guardedly optimistic, and others skeptical.Hillary Clinton in Burma: Why She's Visiting the Oppressed State|Lennox Samuels|November 19, 2011|DAILY BEAST
"I don't go much on what Jim's wife says," put in Mrs. Gray, guardedly.Other Main-Travelled Roads|Hamlin Garland
"It's a big story if I get it, and I have every intention of getting it," said Collins guardedly.The Little Brown Jug at Kildare|Meredith Nicholson
"Tell you better when I've had a good look at him," responded Cleek, guardedly.The Riddle of the Frozen Flame|Mary E. Hanshew
"Bit of a sensation, this, Roscoe," Lechmere said guardedly.The Weight of the Crown|Fred M. White
"One will do, Frank; and another thing," the ranchman said guardedly.Hidden Gold|Wilder Anthony
c.1500, past participle adjective from guard (v.). Meaning "reserved and cautious in speech, behavior, etc." is from 1728. Related: Guardedly; guardedness.