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well-protected

adjective

  1. having suitable defence against attack, harm, etc


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When WGA binds to these proteins, it may leave these cells less well protected against the harmful effects of the gut contents.

Thus a straw rope enclosing twenty or more eggs, well protected, was made and thrown over the top of the load.

Leaving strong outposts, we retired to the well-protected camp, rejoicing loudly and boasting of more than two-score scalps.

Sheep, like all other animals when exposed to cold, will consume much more than if well protected, or than during a warmer season.

Steve did so, and a few minutes later the lads were well protected from the storm, which was now upon them in full force.

Like Algiers, both Tunis and Tripoli were well protected by fleets and imposing forts.

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