We have no meanings for "ward against" in our records yet.
It can kill you if you do not ward against it.
Cavalry rode their flanks to ward against attacks from the cliffs north and south.
Here, amid the desolation, a handful of men kept watch and ward against the Iroquois.
He wrote about how he Australia needed to take precautions to ward against future bushfire diasters.
Round the hooks Ahmed had wrapped cloths to ward against the clink of metal against metal.
As Nisao untied her ward against eavesdropping and let it dissipate, Theodrin popped into the tent.
Keelie almost opened her hand to look at her rose quartz-herward against the Dread-butknew better.
Maybe so; it's something to ward against.
Turning away, she said, "Annoura, will you make us private with a ward against listeners?"
Why do you ward against your sisters?
Or does it ward against them?
Having eyes plastered all over things used to be quite popular centuries ago as a ward against evil.
Then he looked beyond them, turning the body now this way, now that, as a ward against other enemies.
She had brought them back to her smaller sitting room to discuss the matter behind a ward against listeners.
A ward against eavesdropping, certainly.
They cannot ward against that.
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