Forfend


WORD OF THE DAY
Forfend
for-FENDPart of speech: verbOrigin: Middle English, 14th century
1Avert, keep away, or prevent (something evil or unpleasant)2Protect (something) by precautionary measures.
 
Examples of Forfend in a sentence “The fence should forfend rabbits getting into the garden.” “We need to rent tents to forfend against any showers during the reception.”

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