guardian angel


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guardian angel

1. An angel or other supernatural being who is appointed to protect, guide, or otherwise watch over a particular individual. You're lucky to be alive after that accident! You must have a guardian angel!
2. A person who protects, guides, or otherwise looks after the welfare of someone. Uncle John became my guardian angel after my parents died, always making sure I had everything I needed.
See also: angel
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Guardian Angel House joins other books in Second Story Press's "Holocaust Remembrance" series in contributing to the important body of books that document the history of children during this dark time.
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