Old Guard Definition

noun
The imperial guard, organized by Napoleon I in 1804
Webster's New World
Any group that has long defended a cause.
Webster's New World
The most conservative element of a group, party, etc.
Webster's New World
Collectively, the members of a team who have been a long time in a place.
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Other Word Forms of Old Guard

Noun

Singular:
old guard
Plural:
old-guards

Origin of Old Guard

  • Translation of French Vieille Garde the imperial guard of Napoleon I

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • old + guard

    From Wiktionary

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