Definition of unguarded in English:

unguarded

Syllabification: un·guard·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈgärdid
 
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adjective

Derivatives

unguardedly

adverb
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  • 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.

unguardedness

noun
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  • The unguardedness does not merely provide some quiet drama, however.
  • This probably has something to do with the fact that she is a fellow artist, not a critic, which seems to encourage a degree of comfort and unguardedness in her subjects.
  • You just have to love the man's unguardedness and his sense of what's important.

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