Simple past tense and past participle of safeguard.(verb)
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Use "safeguarded" in a sentence
"+ when the offender has already in advance relinquished whatever right he possessed to have his good name safeguarded, as is the custom in some religious bodies."
"U.S. government officials say that intelligence reports about Chalabi's visit to Iran, which reached Washington just as final planning for the war was underway, suggested Chalabi had assured the Iranians that their influence would be "safeguarded" in a postwar Iraq."
"As a signatory to the NPT it had the right to use lower-grade enriched uranium for power generation and research, but such fuel was monitored, or "safeguarded," by the IAEA, and therefore was difficult to divert into a weapons program without attracting attention."