As my eyes wandered about the garden, the sight of the hundreds of air craft lying unguarded
around us suggested the simplest avenue to freedom.
He slowly revolved in his mind the incidents of the evening--the open, unguarded
gate; the lighted doorway--the only one he had seen thus open and lighted along the avenue he had followed; the advance of the warriors at precisely the moment that he could find no other avenue of escape or concealment; the corridors and chambers that led past many locked doors to this underground prison leaving no other path for him to pursue.
A dozen men could hold off forever in that narrow pass all the hordes which might be brought up from the south; yet there it lay entirely unguarded
There might be opportunity for a deft and ripping thrust of paw into the tender, unguarded
So swiftly had Ponta followed him, that a terrible swinging blow was coming at his unguarded
The Sheep, poor silly creatures, were easily beguiled and dismissed the Dogs, whereupon the Wolves destroyed the unguarded
flock at their own pleasure.
He might have passed by the men on the watch while they were asleep, or he might have crossed the corridor in an unguarded
interval while the men were being relieved.
But the son of Amphitryon, mighty Heracles, with his long spear struck Cycnus violently in the neck beneath the chin, where it was unguarded
between helm and shield.
The one ray of light that cheered the wintry darkness streamed from the unguarded
window of a lonely house, separated from the vicarage by the whole length of the church-yard.
Nor was it solely the consideration that two are better than one (though this had its proper weight) to which Mr Square owed his success: the absence of Jones during his confinement was an unlucky circumstance; and in that interval some well-chosen presents from the philosopher so softened and unguarded
the girl's heart, that a favourable opportunity became irresistible, and Square triumphed over the poor remains of virtue which subsisted in the bosom of Molly.
It is hard to see how any English statesman could have left unguarded
the Mediterranean, with all that it means, trusting simply to the faith of a country with whom we have no binding agreement.
I will not lead you on, unguarded
and ardent as I then was, to your destruction and infallible misery.