A field of energy which protects or defends. (noun)
A police badge. (noun)
A sign or symbol, usually containing numbers and sometimes letters, identifying a highway route. (noun)
To protect, to defend. (verb)
to protect from the influence of (verb)
Examples of word shield
The girl who went to the office wearing the shield and armor of her work, now appears in society _without that shield_.
See gehÃ°o. geolo, adj., _yellow_: acc.sg. geolwe linde (_the shield of yellow linden bark_), 2611. geolo-rand, st. m., _yellow shield_ (shield with a covering of interlaced yellow linden bark): acc.sg.,
_mine_ is a possessive pronoun, for it takes the place of a noun, _this shield is mine_ being equivalent to _this shield is my shield_.
The shield itself denotes "the _shield_ of faith;" on the four divisions are emblazoned "the _girdle_ of truth;" "the _breast-plate_ of righteousness;" "_feet_, shod with the gospel of peace," and "the
What's so wrong with it exactly? mangoshakes it's good ... except the shield is all messed up. starscream9289