Definition of Tutorings
1. tutoring [n] - See also: tutoring
Lexicographical Neighbors of Tutorings
Literary usage of Tutorings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Life of Thomas Jefferson by Henry Stephens Randall (1871)
"... days which had preceded the tutorings of the Wol- cotts and Pickerings, to draw a picture of his fellow-Hamilto- nians and their occupations at this ..."
2. De Bow's Review by James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow, R. G. Barnwell, Edwin Bell, William MacCreary Burwell (1859)
"... they have forgotten that man's nature is influenced in mental, physical and moral attributes, by the tutorings which he has received, by the customs ..."
3. The Metropolitan (1844)
"Miss Stockford, however, required no hints, no restraints, no tutorings ; she was the wonder of chaperons, and the darling of dowagers; mothers held her up ..."
4. English Childhood: Wordsworth's Treatment of Childhood in the Light of by Adolph Charles Babenroth (1922)
"In them the tutorings of nature, untrammeled by convention, have preserved a childlike spirit of love and reverence for natural objects. ..."
5. Fraser's Magazine by Robert Louis Stevenson (1861)
"The man who cannot learn from his own soul how to express this passage, will never leara it from such schoolboy tutorings as these. ..."
6. German Literature: Translated from the German of Wolfgang Menzel by Wolfgang Menzel (1840)
"... and tutorings; and the speculators who make pious books, because they find their account in it. Among the former class, some very celebrated names are ..."