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See definition of wardship on Dictionary.com
  • as inprotection
  • as incare
  • as insuperintendence
  • as incustody

synonyms for wardship

  • conservation
  • insurance
  • preservation
  • safeguard
  • safety
  • security
  • shelter
  • stability
  • aegis
  • armament
  • armor
  • assurance
  • barrier
  • buffer
  • bulwark
  • camouflage
  • certainty
  • charge
  • cover
  • custody
  • defense
  • fix
  • guard
  • invulnerability
  • reassurance
  • refuge
  • safekeeping
  • salvation
  • screen
  • self-defense
  • shield
  • strength
  • surety
  • tutelage
  • umbrella
  • ward
  • guarding
  • protecting
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antonyms for wardship

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  • danger
  • destruction
  • insecurity
  • doubt
  • uncertainty
  • attack
  • harm
  • hurt
  • injury
  • threat
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    How to use wardship in a sentence

    If the successor was an infant, the Crown under the name of Wardship, took the rents of the estates.
    LANDHOLDING IN ENGLANDJOSEPH FISHER
    This last (cornage) drew after it wardship, marriage, and relief.
    LAYS AND LEGENDS OF THE ENGLISH LAKE COUNTRYJOHN PAGEN WHITE
    With some of these dogs Samson appeased Richard's wrath when he flouted the king as to a disputed wardship .
    THE CHRONICLE OF JOCELIN OF BRAKELOND: A PICTURE OF MONASTIC LIFE IN THE DAYS OF ABBOT SAMSONJOCELIN DE BRAKELOND
    In the past John had evidently stretched his authority and seized lands over which others had really the right of wardship.
    ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 17, SLICE 3VARIOUS
    He promises also to do right concerning forests, abbeys and the wardship of lands which belong lawfully to others.
    ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 17, SLICE 3VARIOUS
    For nearly two hundred years, as it happened, the heirs of this house were always minors, held in wardship by the king.
    IRISH NATIONALITYALICE STOPFORD GREEN
    Only tell me how I am akin and under wardship to thee, and what purpose brings thee here.'
    LORNA DOONER. D. BLACKMORE
    He had succeeded in enforcing his claim to the wardship of all orphans born within his domain.
    HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLE, VOLUME II (OF 8)JOHN RICHARD GREEN
    This Rookwood is a papist of kind, newly crept out of his late wardship.
    MEMOIRS OF THE COURT OF QUEEN ELIZABETHLUCY AIKIN
    His rights of wardship over widows and orphans are stated and limited.
    A HISTORY OF ENGLANDCHARLES OMAN
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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    WORDS RELATED TO WARDSHIP

    • administration
    • aegis
    • auspices
    • charge
    • control
    • direction
    • guardianship
    • keeping
    • management
    • ministration
    • protection
    • safekeeping
    • superintendence
    • supervision
    • trust
    • tutelage
    • ward
    • wardship
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