Definition of Tutelage

1. Noun. Teaching pupils individually (usually by a tutor hired privately).

Exact synonyms: Tuition, Tutorship
Generic synonyms: Instruction, Pedagogy, Teaching
Derivative terms: Tutor, Tutor



2. Noun. Attention and management implying responsibility for safety. "He is in the care of a bodyguard"
Exact synonyms: Care, Charge, Guardianship
Generic synonyms: Protection
Specialized synonyms: Due Care, Ordinary Care, Reasonable Care, Foster Care, Great Care, Providence, Slight Care
Derivative terms: Care, Charge, Guardian, Tutor

Definition of Tutelage

1. n. The act of guarding or protecting; guardianship; protection; as, the king's right of seigniory and tutelage.

Definition of Tutelage

1. Noun. The act of guarding or protecting; guardianship; protection; as, the king's right of seigniory and tutelage. ¹

2. Noun. The state of being under a guardian; care or protection enjoyed. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tutelage

1. the act of tutoring [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tutelage

tussucks
tussur
tussurs
tut
tut-mouthed
tut-tut
tut-work
tut-workman
tut tut
tutamen
tutania
tutanias
tute
tutee
tutees
tutelage (current term)
tutelages
tutelar
tutelaries
tutelars
tutelary
tutelary deity
tutenag
tutenags
tutenague
tuteur
tutilage
tutillage
tutman
tutmen

Literary usage of Tutelage

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1. The Constitutional History of England in Its Origin and Development by William Stubbs (1875)
"tutelage of Edward III.—257. Edward III after the fall of Mortimer.—253. ... tutelage »f R,chard II.—266. The Lords appellant and Commission of regency.— -. ..."

2. A New Collection of Laws, Charters and Local Ordinances of the Governments by Joseph M. White (1839)
"Whence it follows that guardianship or tutelage is the same as protection, and tutor the same as guardian of an orphan. By orphan is understood, ..."

3. The Constitutional History of England in Its Origin and Development by William Stubbs (1875)
"tutelage of Edward III.—257. Edward III after the fall of Mortimer.—258. Crisis of 1341.—259. Parliamentary history.—260. Family settlement.—261. ..."

4. Ireland and the Making of Britain by Benedict Fitzpatrick (1921)
"IRISH INFLUENCE, MORE THAN ROMAN, POTENT AMONG ENGLISH TO some it has appeared that the Irish tutelage of England came to an end with the Synod of Whitby ..."

5. The Cambridge Modern History by John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Ernest Alfred Benians, Sir Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero (1909)
"The tutelage exercised by the State over the domestic affairs of the citizens was extended to the most trivial matters'. Thus, on the occasion of the ..."

6. History of Woman Suffrage by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan Brownell Anthony, Matilda Joslyn Gage (1886)
"... Advance of Germany—Caroline Svetlá of Bohemia—Austria Unsurpassed in contradictions—Marriage Emancipates from tutelage in Hungary—Dr. Henrietta Jacobs ..."

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