Definition of Tutorised
1. tutorise [v] - See also: tutorise
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Literary usage of Tutorised
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Love Affairs of Some Famous Men by Edward John Hardy (1897)
"After marriage the bride came down every morning to the bridegroom's study " with her bundle of books to be tutorised, with health and happiness on her rosy ..."
2. The Churchman's companion (1857)
"And we may be friends, Miss Malford, upon the strength of my acquaintance with your brother ; we were tutorised together in Cornwall. ..."
3. Late Laurels by Henry Stewart Cunningham (1864)
"Years before he had tutorised Charles's father at St. Faith's, and he was now genuinely inquisitive to hear about his old college. In vain the Squire, ..."