Examples of guardian in a Sentence
After the death of her parents, her uncle was appointed as her legal guardian.
the state became his guardian when he was put into protective custody
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But instead, the rebellion escalated late on Sunday, further weakening Ms. Merkel, who was once seen as a rock of European politics and the guardian of the liberal world order.
In 2013, Jadhran proclaimed himself the guardian of Libya’s oil crescent, including the ports of al-Sidr, Ras Lanouf and Brega, which represent about 60 percent of Libya’s oil resources.
The guardians could come for her at any time, or she could be left alone to starve or deliver the baby by herself.
Bridges has struggled not only with the emotional turmoil of losing both her child and grandchild but with the sudden challenge of becoming the legal guardian of a grieving teenager.
Adoption boost People who are permanent guardians of a child in the Department of Child Safety will be able to qualify for an adoption subsidy.
For now, Peru’s Tambopata National Reserve is counting on the guardians.
Making him the guardian of Tom Brady’s blind side is risky.
But police reminded the guardian to watch the boy closely.
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GUARDIAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of guardian for English Language Learners
: someone or something that watches or protects something
law : someone who takes care of another person or of another person's property
GUARDIAN Defined for Kids
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