Thesaurus / wardship
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In the past John had evidently stretched his authority and seized lands over which others had really the right of wardship.
Nor had Warner, consciously or not, been indifferent to the sacredness of his wardship.
THE GORGEOUS ISLEGERTRUDE ATHERTON
How poor Marmaduke used to envy me my wardship to that good man!
Apart from this wardship, women very clearly were not in a subordinate position and, moreover, never regarded as property.
THE TRUTH ABOUT WOMANC. GASQUOINE HARTLEY
The wardship idea is not the part of the American institution as it concerns them.
But the system of wardship (see p. 116) made marriages a matter of bargain and sale.
He had made over her wardship to me, and has no right to resume it!'
THE CHAPLET OF PEARLSCHARLOTTE M. YONGE
This last (cornage) drew after it wardship, marriage, and relief.
He had succeeded in enforcing his claim to the wardship of all orphans born within his domain.
But ye come with lies, Man and Snake both, and would have me believe the city is not, and that my wardship ends.
THE SECOND JUNGLE BOOKRUDYARD KIPLING

WORDS RELATED TO WARDSHIP

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