Meaning of unguardedly in English:


Pronunciation /ʌnˈɡɑːdɪdli/


See unguarded

‘And yet, despite William's desire to ‘provoke soft emotions,’ we have no evidence she ever offered hers unguardedly during the time they were courting.’
  • ‘‘It was like magic when we met,’ Duval says unguardedly.’
  • ‘Lounging on the divan, his arms placed unguardedly before him, he had none of the tense, high-strung, honour-obsessed posture of his people.’
  • ‘I gaped unguardedly at the wad of bills in his hands.’
  • ‘If so, in the meantime antiterrorist action will be taken to hold the ring, to limit violence to what a British minister once unguardedly called an acceptable level.’