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noun as in trust

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His wealth, he understood, was merely a trusteeship, something he'd been granted in order to share.

The exceptions readily granted were cases of fraudulent trusteeship and the like.

The sense of trusteeship thus variously displayed has had a good many sources; let us confine our attention to one of them.

This done, he repaired to Mr. Redman's office again and tendered a full release to Captain Crowle for his trusteeship.

If she asked him to accept the trusteeship of her twenty thousand dollars he meant to refuse, absolutely.

This is the case with a large sum, usually known as 'Betton's gift,' in the trusteeship of the Ironmongers' Company.


On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trusteeship, such as: care, guardianship, protection, aegis, auspices, and conservation.

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