tutelary

[ toot-l-er-ee, tyoot- ]SEE DEFINITION OF tutelary

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There is nothing that does not partake of that of which the missionary, or the tutelary, is the special.

His master-piece was the picture of Ialysus, the tutelary hero of Rhodes, where he lived.

Perhaps a tutelary genius, invisible to us, inhabits the house.

Piazzi called it Ceres, after the tutelary goddess of Sicily.

The Dūma is not regarded only as an evil spirit, but also as a tutelary deity.

The tutelary of this fortress-church is the gentle patroness of music.

He has since been worshipped as the tutelary god of the Chinese tea merchants.

He concluded that it was a planet, and named it Ceres , for the tutelary goddess of Sicily.

From this time the shoemakers have chosen them for their tutelary saints.

They were the tutelary deities of all public occasions in the town.

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