Noun(1) a person who cares for persons or property
(1) I am acting as guardian of my late brother's family(2) No adult should be permitted to take a child from her parent or guardian , and then take away her nascent free will.(3) For centuries, despite forays into excesses and hypocrisy, the Church acted as a guardian of private and public morality.(4) If so the patient may be unable to instruct a solicitor and will require a guardian ad litem in any court proceedings.(5) Orphans were placed under the protection of a guardian by means of action taken by a sanctuary.(6) And he's the guardian and protector of our barbecue, to make sure that everything is strictly kosher.(7) The film revolves round a martial arts master who comes to America in search of the next guardian who would protect the powerful scroll in his possession.(8) Then the court will decide who must take care of minor children unless the parents have appointed a guardian .(9) Children go into care when their current parent or guardian is unable to look after them, or if the child's health, safety or well-being is at risk.(10) Regulations 7 and 8 spell out an adoption agency's duties in respect of a child, his parents or guardian and prospective adopter.(11) Our authority comes from our relationship and our access to our lands and the rights of guardianship and protection.(12) They are the protectors and guardians of this land and they will prove great allies for us.(13) Only parents, guardians or teachers of young people would be able to call in the police in this way, said a Conservative spokesman.(14) Individual rights can be protected only by independent guardians operating in the public light.(15) Adoption too was possible and various forms of tutelage or guardianship existed.(16) The parents or guardians of such young mothers should also reflect upon their responsibilities towards their children and grandchildren.
1. protector ::
2. defender ::
4. custodian ::
5. warden ::
6. guard ::
7. keeper ::
8. conservator ::
9. curator ::
10. caretaker ::
11. steward ::
12. trustee ::
Different Formsguardian, guardians, guardianship
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