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unguarded

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunguardedun‧guard‧ed /ʌnˈɡɑːdɪd $ -ɑːr-/ adjective  1 an unguarded moment2 CARELESSan unguarded remark, statement etc is one that you make carelessly without thinking of the possible effects3 not guarded or protected by anyone
Examples from the Corpus
unguardedHe is almost as unguarded and hungry as she is, and his partnering is so musical it allows her to fly.an unguarded borderYou caught him at an unguarded moment.I pondered the connection between my dream and my chum's unguarded nap.Well, if Isabel had any ideas of playing on that one unguarded remark she could think again, he vowed grimly.The film-makers used a chink in the technological armour to record the candidates in their unguarded, uncensored private moments.He suffered from the kind of hypersensitivity which, unchecked or unguarded, would have incapacitated him.
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