Origin of tutelage
Examples from the Web for tutelage
Arnaud Faye, who spent four years under the tutelage of Bertron at Relais Bernard Loiseau, has a similar outlook.
But beyond politics and policy, the rally was really about tutelage.
Under his tutelage, Bank of America acquired some big game, like FleetBoston Financial Corp. on April 1, 2004.
I begin my tutelage by warning, therefore arming you, against the world and those who constitute it.The Wonderful Story of Ravalette|Paschal Beverly Randolph
Hindostan would furnish another highly suggestive example of the educational effects of "tutelage" on a race."Imperialism" and "The Tracks of Our Forefathers"|Charles Francis Adams
Written when Liszt was fresh from the tutelage of Carl Czerny, they show decided traces of his schooling.Franz Liszt|James Huneker
"Tutelage, what do you mean," said I, but just at that moment everyone got up to go away.A Young Girl's Diary|An Anonymous Young Girl
Sir George Mackenzie relates a story of his tutelage, which shows Buchanan's humour, and the veneration of others for royalty.Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)|Isaac D'Israeli
Word Origin for tutelage
c.1600, from Latin tutela "a watching, protection," from variant past participle stem of tueri "watch over" (see tutor (n.)). Meaning "instruction, tuition" first appeared 1857.