Such a woman could have jealous guardians quick to hire an assassin to cleanse the honor of their house.
But this cosmopolitan man was also a sexual conservative, the jealous guardian of his womenfolks' morals.
Williams has been described as "a jealous guardian of his position as top dog among crime journalists".
The land, the people, the friendship, the love, were like the jealous guardians of his body.
There were several similar parodies by Jewish authors of the 19th century in which the Christians dominating the state and the citizens of other faith correspond to the jealous guardians.
He was suddenly a jealous guardian of the islanders' rights, an enemy of the outside exploiters.
But Pericles entrusts her to jealous guardians, who, years later, are about to have her murdered when she's kidnapped by pirates and sold off to white slavers.
Even Wall Street analysts - usually the jealous guardians of company profits - praised the price cuts.
However, both the serpent and the spirit serve as jealous guardians of the graves of kings or ancient civilizations.
He felt that he had been elevated as the Church's most jealous guardian against schism.