Guard and Raid


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Guard noun – A person or group that watches over someone or something.
Raid is an antonym for guard.
Nearby Words: guarded, guardian, guarding, guardhouse, guardroom
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Raid noun – The act or action of setting upon with force or violence.
Usage example: an early morning raid by Federal agents took the smugglers in their hideout by surprise

Guard is an antonym for raid in attack topic.
Nearby Words: raided, raider, raiding
Antonyms for Raid
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old old guard old raid
full full guard full raid
special special guard special raid
original original guard original raid
Other adjectives: single, small, actual, entire, real, large, new, federal, final, military, next, last, giant, previous, armed.

Common collocations

place guard place raid place
base guard base raid base
house guard house raid house
time guard time raid time
Other nouns: world, location, building, machine, lair, tomb, palace, planet, castle, city, fortress, temple, island.

Both words in one sentence

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Raid and Guard. (2016). Retrieved 2021, September 28, from
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Raid or Guard. 2016. Accessed September 28, 2021.

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