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[too-ter-ij, tyoo-]
  1. the office, authority, or care of a tutor.
  2. the charge for instruction by a tutor.
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Origin of tutorage

First recorded in 1610–20; tutor + -age
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Examples from the Web for tutorage

Historical Examples

  • He was bred and trained in the schools of the Pharisees, and consequently influenced by their tutorage.

    Synopsis of Jewish History

    Henry A. Henry

  • Possessed of this notion, he determined to take the young mendicant under his own tutorage and instruction.

  • Lincoln fretted under the tutorage of his father, and longed for the hour of his legal freedom.

  • One day during the tutorage in the country the vicar, who was overworked, invited August to preach a "proof-sermon."