We have no meanings for "warded off" in our records yet.
Reality was something that had to be warded off at all costs.
The skill which warded off the more vicious one aroused his admiration.
They warded off the blows, grasping the weapons and cutting their fingers.
That blow the mighty and fearless Duryodhana warded off by his agility.
Ootah warded off the attacking bulls on all sides with his harpoon.
She warded off one kick, was struck in the shoulder by another.
The fever was luckily warded off by the leaves of the friendly lyonia.
Benson merely warded off the blow, at the same time brushing
Wenonah warded off troublesome questions and detailed the story to newcomers.
And as he spoke he warded off several blows aimed at the ambassador.
He read the psalm old Father Pimon had told him warded off temptation.
But the proposal long warded off could not be parried forever.
Bernard had a gravity about him that warded off direct contradiction.
He repeatedly struck at them, but some unseen power warded off the blows.
One blow had been warded off, but another still more terrible had fallen.
He dealt blows and warded off those of his adversary, with wonderful activity.
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