Adjective "Warding" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Warding


    Definition:

    1. a division or district of a city or town, as for administrative or political purposes.

    2. one of the districts into which certain English and Scottish boroughs are divided.

    3. a division, floor, or room of a hospital for a particular class or group of patients: a convalescent ward; a critical ward.

    4. any of the separate divisions of a prison.

    5. a political subdivision of a parish in Louisiana.

    6. Mormon Church. one of the subdivisions of a stake, presided over by a bishop.

    Origin:
    ward

    Examples:

    "tigers can be warding."

    "pressures can be warding."

    "evils can be warding."