As a safeguard, all members would be required to report stock, bond, or commodity transactions every few weeks.
And an overzealous medical professional, hoping to safeguard against malpractice, can also be a cause of unneeded procedure.
Politicians are required to safeguard the values of the government and its people, possibly even elevate them.
Freedom, and the sometimes dubious means used to safeguard it, are at the heart of his 15th book of fiction, Sweet Tooth.
India needs to safeguard those gains and to build on them – not return to the economics of nationalism.
Probably the simple expedient of a piece of cork, fastened at each corner on the back of the case, would have proved a safeguard.
There is a refuge for him, a defence, a safeguard which no material attack can break down.
They represent the changes in the things of ordinary life which are needed to safeguard the important business of inference.
Still, we must safeguard the King's interests and be prepared.
Any of these processes were likely to make the meat toxic, and the one safeguard was prohibition of their consumption.
mid-15c., from safeguard (n.). Related: Safeguarded; safeguarding.