noun, plural guards·men.
- guare, john,
- guarini, guarino,
Origin of guardsman
Examples from the Web for guardsman
A guardsman told him to get on the bus, and the frontline express drove on again to Mariupol.On the Bus: Ukraine’s Frontline Express Across the Battle Lines|Ted Phillips|September 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Told by a Ukrainian that the DNR were in Novotroitske, a guardsman said, “We know.”
According to the Telegraph, Guardsman Lee Wheeler, 29 said he spoke to her about the baby.
Poor "Cooty," who had lost his left foot as well, passed out shortly after, was a Guardsman at one time.
The boy, Uriel, also was the guardsman of the household, old-faced as if with the responsibility of taking care of two women.
The recollection of the ludicrous figure which that Guardsman cut haunts me still.
It was a Guardsman who told me the story first, and he had it from what really was unimpeachable authority.A Padre in France|George A. Birmingham
My mind isn't the build of a guardsman's mind, any more than my unfortunate body is.Michael|E. F. Benson