guard from

guard someone or something from someone or something

to protect someone or something from someone or something. The assistant manager will guard your valuables from thieves. She guarded the kitten from the angry dog.
See also: guard
References in classic literature ?
With swords drawn they fell upon the guard from every side at once.
Teasley, a 6-foot guard from North Carolina, was arguably the most athletic player chosen, according to Sparks coach Michael Cooper.
With the Sparks' own first-round selection they drafted Rosalind Ross, a 5-foot-9 point guard from Oklahoma, with the 16th overall pick.
They also added four other players via the draft, including Rosalind Ross, a 5-foot-9 point guard from Oklahoma at No.
Selleck was a member of the California National Guard from 1968 to 1973.
The Hunters, who should easily win the Sunset Six League, have intriguing newcomer Leon Usher, a speedy 5-8 sophomore point guard from Belize.