Definition of protector
protectorshipplay \-ˌship\ noun
Examples of protector in a Sentence
She sees her older brother as her protector.
a protector of free speech
Recent Examples of protector from the Web
With their foreheads touching the ground, inductees pledge to honor the institution and obey the world’s richest royal family, which shares prestige and power in this Southeast Asian kingdom ,twith its chief protector, the army.
According to some screen protectors released early, the iPhone 8 could be a whole 1.1 inches larger than the iPhone 7.
With the assistance of the navy, Sudeesa continues to plant seedlings with the goal of repopulating the sea with fish and empowering women to be protectors of the coastal forests by ensuring a family income.
Brendan Murney, St. Rita, senior, middle blocker: The Clarke recruit posted 212 kills and 93 blocks as one of the top net protectors in the state.
At 2 a.m. my computer was attacked & surge protector fried.
A gold medal winner on USA Basketball’s Under-18 FIBA Americas team, scouts say Allen flashed outstanding potential as a rim protector and pick-and-roll finisher at Texas.
Judson Mills also brings rough-edged charm as Rachel’s protector, Frank (the fact his character gets top billing in the title tells you plenty about the focus of the show’s hero worship).
Court documents indicate that a search of his home turned up seven boxes of 12-gauge shotgun ammunition, shooting goggles, ear protectors, a shotgun buttstock and an owner's manual.
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First Known Use of protector
PROTECTOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of protector for English Language Learners
: a person or thing that protects someone or something
PROTECTOR Defined for Kids
Definition of protector for Students
: a person or thing that shields from harm or is intended to shield from harm
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