the act of guarding, protecting, or guiding; office or function of a guardian; guardianship.
instruction; teaching; guidance: His knowledge of Spanish increased under private tutelage.
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How to use tutelage in a sentence
Taylor says the hands-on training he received from officiating legends like Joey Crawford and Derrick Stafford served as the foundation for a successful career, and he uses it as a model for the tutelage he offers younger officials today.How The NBA Is Using Summer League — And Virtual Reality — To Train Refs | Ben Dowsett | July 21, 2022 | FiveThirtyEight
He hops on a dirtbike, thanks to the tutelage of two women from Babes Ride Out.Jeff Goldblum on riding motorcycles—and feeling fear | Rob Verger | January 20, 2022 | Popular-Science
He used to want to go to NYU to study filmmaking, but then he realized he was learning more on set under the tutelage of creators like Reitman and the Duffers than he would in any classroom, and he’s already written and directed a short film.
No opponent has been able to handle the speed of Raheem Sterling who, having gone to finishing school under the tutelage of Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, has become a more complete player.I Once Called English Football a 'Tragedy' on the Cover of TIME. Who Knew It Might Have a Happy Ending? | Bill Saporito | July 9, 2021 | Time
He has continued to grow in that role under the tutelage of Roman and by studying some of the league’s top fullbacks, including former New England Patriot James Devlin and current San Francisco 49er Kyle Juszczyk.A 300-pound former defensive lineman has become an offensive playmaker for the Ravens | Roman Stubbs | January 15, 2021 | Washington Post
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.
The idea of an aspiring blogger, photographer, or screenwriter submitting themselves to useless tutelage is absurd.
Under his tutelage, Bank of America acquired some big game, like FleetBoston Financial Corp. on April 1, 2004.
What has been appointed in regard to the property or tutelage shall be binding in law.The Two Great Republics: Rome and the United States | James Hamilton Lewis
No mention is made of his tutelage to the dwarf smith Regin and preparation for the slaying of the dragon Fafnir.The Nibelungenlied | Unknown
The ancient laws considered children as slaves, and women as children who ought to remain in a state of perpetual tutelage.Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II | Francis Augustus Cox
In another place, reduced to despair by a pedantic tutelage, it will be driven into the savage license of the state of nature.The Aesthetical Essays | Friedrich Schiller
Howard was a boy of only sixteen at the time, and for five years he studied clocks under this excellent tutelage.Christopher and the Clockmakers | Sara Ware Bassett
British Dictionary definitions for tutelage
the act or office of a guardian or tutor
instruction or guidance, esp by a tutor
the condition of being under the supervision of a guardian or tutor
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