protégées

[ proh-tuh-zhey, proh-tuh-zhey ]SEE DEFINITION OF protégées

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The lottery gone, what means have we of providing for our protegees?

From being the protegees of an opposition clique, they became assets of the official majority of the nation.

In the little drawing-room when the door was shut, he asked gravely: "One of your protegees?"

They are hateful, your protegees, but—je ne leur veux pas de mal.

Called near the Madeleine upon the Mesdames de Rouville, other protegees of his patron.

I want you to meet two of cousin's protegees here—Bessie King and Zara, the mysterious.