Definition of Proteges

1. Noun. (plural of protege) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of protegé cap=true) ¹

3. Noun. (plural of protégé) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Proteges

1. protege [n] - See also: protege

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proteges

protectorates
protectorial
protectories
protectorless
protectors
protectorship
protectorships
protectory
protectour
protectress
protectresses
protects
protege
protegee
protegees
proteges (current term)
protegrin
protei
proteid
proteide
proteides
proteids
proteiform
protein
protein complex
protein complexes
protein domain
protein domains
protein folding
protein kinase

Literary usage of Proteges

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1. International Law: A Treatise by Lassa Oppenheim (1905)
"... diplomatic protection of another State's citizens abroad, and in this case the protected foreign subjects are named "proteges" of the protecting States. ..."

2. Lives of Indian Officers by John William Kaye (1889)
"pany's proteges were sent away as empty-handed as those who came from the King and Queen. A consistent perseverance in a course of this kind, though at the ..."

3. The Khedive's Egypt: Or, The Old House of Bondage Under New Masters by Edwin De Leon (1877)
"Peculiar privileges of foreign consuls-general and their proteges—The new mixed tribunals superseding consular authority—A few words about them, ..."

4. Memoirs of an American Lady: With Sketches of Manners and Scenery in America by Anne MacVicar Grant (1846)
"CHAPTER LI. Death of Captain Dalziel.—Sudden decease of an Indian chief.—Madame.—Her proteges. MEANTIME an express arrived ..."

5. Memoirs of Constant, the Emperor Napoleon's Head Valet: Containing Details by Louis Constant Wairy Constant, Percy Pinkerton (1896)
"... is promised a dowry—The Empress's loss of memory—She provides my sister-in-law with a husband —Madame Vigogne and the Empress's proteges—The schoolgirl ..."

6. The Question of Aborigines in the Law and Practice of Nations, Including a by Alpheus Henry Snow, United States Dept. of State (1919)
"The natives who were not proteges came into conflict with the proteges. ... It was evident that if the practice of creating proteges were carried ..."

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