In speaking with women close in age to Clinton, it is easy to get a sense of protectiveness of her.
He believes Diana was hounded to her death, and friends claim the single biggest driving force in his life is protectiveness.
He did not yet dream of love in connection with her, but he was conscious of a passion of surprised admiration and protectiveness.
The staggering fact increased her virginal charm and its protectiveness.
But women are afraid to marry the extreme type even when the feeling he prompts is more than mere protectiveness.
If he had entered with a pistol in his hand he would scarcely have disturbed her trust in his protectiveness.
To the passion of love was added, by their attitudes, the passion of protectiveness, of flinging her body between him and them.
Anna's youth, her fervor, and her remarkable ability drew out all of Susan's motherly instincts of affection and protectiveness.
Len felt part of his irritation spilling over into protectiveness.
His first impressions of Charity had ranged from contempt, through curiosity, to protectiveness and affection.