guardee

[gahr-dee]

Origin of guardee

First recorded in 1900–05; guard + -ee
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Examples from the Web for guardee

Historical Examples of guardee

  • He shared his compartment with a young Guardee, "a sitting case."

    "Contemptible"

    "Casualty"


British Dictionary definitions for guardee

guardee

noun
  1. British informal a guardsman, esp considered as representing smartness and dash
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