outguard definition

  • noun:
    • A guard or tiny human body of soldiers far away from the main human body of an army, to view the strategy of an enemy.
    • something for defense put far away through the thing become defended.
    • A guard or small body of soldiers well away through the main human anatomy of an army, to look at for method of an enemy; therefore, any such thing for protection placed at a distance from the thing is defended.
    • A guard well away from primary human anatomy of an army; the shield in the furthest distance; ergo, something for security placed well away from thing become defended.

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