Words nearby trusteeship
How to use trusteeship in a sentence
His wealth, he understood, was merely a trusteeship, something he'd been granted in order to share.
The exceptions readily granted were cases of fraudulent trusteeship and the like.The Law and the Poor|Edward Abbott Parry
The sense of trusteeship thus variously displayed has had a good many sources; let us confine our attention to one of them.
This done, he repaired to Mr. Redman's office again and tendered a full release to Captain Crowle for his trusteeship.The Lady of Lynn|Walter Besant
If she asked him to accept the trusteeship of her twenty thousand dollars he meant to refuse, absolutely.Fair Harbor|Joseph Crosby Lincoln
This is the case with a large sum, usually known as 'Betton's gift,' in the trusteeship of the Ironmongers' Company.The History of Don Quixote de la Mancha|Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
British Dictionary definitions for trusteeship
- the administration or government of a territory by a foreign country under the supervision of the Trusteeship Council of the United Nations
- (often capital) any such dependent territory; trust territory