guardianship[ gahr-dee-uh n-ship ]SEE DEFINITION OF guardianship
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GUARDIANSHIP
He explained the necessity of it to Angelique, by speaking of the guardianship.
Imogen is under the guardianship of simplicity, her favourite pupil.
To women has been granted the guardianship of the Life-Force.
Her grandfather found her at last and took her under his guardianship.
These creatures were for the guardianship of the human race.
"Your guardianship had its anxieties, I perceive," said Davis, dryly.
You may discover that Sir Within has no right to exercise this guardianship.
At his death the mother is entitled to the guardianship and custody.
The ideas attendant on both are combined in the modern idea of guardianship.
My father says so, and as you are under his guardianship he ought to know.