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wardship

noun ward·ship \ˈwrd-ˌship\

Definition of WARDSHIP

1
a :  care and protection of a ward
b :  the right to the custody of an infant heir of a feudal tenant and of the heir's property
2
:  the state of being under a guardian

First Known Use of WARDSHIP

15th century

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