We have no meanings for "warding off" in our records yet.
I think of Scheherazade, warding off her own death by telling stories.
The tall warrior hunched his shoulders as if warding off a blow.
Hence this warding off of a crisis which I hope will never arise.
Tischbein was very useful in warding off the profane throng-fanningaway the flies.
Occupation has a powerful controlling influence in developing or warding off the disease.
Do take your remedy-soefficacious of late in warding off these distressing attacks.
Another expedient for warding off evil spirits was by means of the fetish.
To be always warding off evil, is an evil in itself.
The police officer waved, warding off traffic as John turned the car around.
Potsbottom lurched violently and flailed his arms as if warding off an attacker.
Mr. Channing raised his hands, as if warding off the words.
Herein again much occasion is given for doing good and warding off evil.
Zip shook his head as if warding off a buzzing insect.
Richmond threw up his arm, as though warding off a blow.
Norine turned a puzzled face to him, meanwhile warding off the farmer's attack.
Reading futures and warding off evil spirits had to count for something, right?
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Warding off through the time
Warding off across language varieties