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aegis protection; sponsorship.
asylum protection, as from extradition, that is granted by one country to political refugees from another. [1/3 definitions]
auspice (usu. pl.) sponsorship or protection; patronage. [1/3 definitions]
barricade a hastily constructed barrier for protection or for obstructing passage. [1/3 definitions]
boot a covering for the foot and all or some of the leg, usu. made of leather or rubber and worn for protection. [1/10 definitions]
bracer2 an arm or wrist guard worn by archers as protection from the bowstring.
Brunei an independent Asian country under British protection, on the north coast of Borneo.
bulwark anything or anyone that provides strength, support, or protection. [2/4 definitions]
care supervision, medical attention, or protection. [2/11 definitions]
chaparejos seatless leather trousers worn by cowboys over their regular pants, for extra protection; chaps.
charge care, protection, or supervision. [1/22 definitions]
civil defense emergency procedures and facilities organized by civilians for the protection of people and property in cases of flood, famine, war, or the like.
consul a national government official assigned to live in a foreign city in order to give assistance and protection to his or her nation's citizens who live or travel there, and to promote his or her country's commercial interests. [1/2 definitions]
cot2 a covering used for protection, such as a bandage. [1/3 definitions]
cover to put or spread something over or on, as for protection or concealment. [2/13 definitions]
coverage the amount or type of protection available against loss or liability as provided by insurance or reserve funds, or the protection itself. [1/3 definitions]
defensive intended for defense or protection, or serving to defend or protect. [1/6 definitions]
dugout a hole in the ground used as a shelter, esp. for protection from bombs, storms, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
dungaree (chiefly British; pl.) loose-fitting, heavy cotton trousers with a bib and shoulder straps, often worn over clothes for protection from soiling; overalls. [1/3 definitions]
dunnage loose packing material used for protection or ventilation around cargo on a ship or train. [1/2 definitions]
dust jacket a paper or cardboard sleeve in which a phonograph record is stored for protection from dust, scratches, and the like. [1/2 definitions]