Simple past tense and past participle of safe-guard.(verb)
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Use "safe-guarded" in a sentence
"“We should have what I would call a reset referendum that would reset the political system in a way that can actually address modern problems by getting power where it belongs, by checking power at the right places, by giving more rights and making sure rights of the individual are safe-guarded.”"
"For some reason we feel safe-guarded by a better looking label design than the store brand with the same ingredients."
"As ubiquitous as DRAMs and NAND Flash memory are, analog chips are the polar opposite of standard product commodity memory, with companies heavily safe-guarded through patents and trade secretes."