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
Recent Examples of guardian from the Web
Silvio De Sousa, a 6-foot-9, 220-pound senior power forward from IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., has committed to the Kansas men’s basketball team, his guardian Fenny Falmagne told The Star on Wednesday.
Have the police forgotten their role as guardians of American liberty?
All of the children auditioning were made aware of the fictional aspect of the exercise and were tended to at all times by relatives or guardians from NGOs. . . .
In the same ruling, Boyle appointed Tarlton to represent McCollum as a guardian ad-litem because of concerns about his competency.
Women cannot drive, travel abroad or undergo some medical treatment without permission from a male guardian.
Pressed by Victoria Butler-Cole, a lawyer for the infant’s appointed guardian, the neurologist also acknowledged that the disease had no cure.
Rose also said the teens and their belongings were eventually released to their guardians with a warning from the Park Police.
Now, a new study suggests that the smooth guardian frog of Borneo (Limnonectes palavanensis) is an exception to that rule.
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Synonymscustodian, guard, keeper, lookout, minder, picket, sentinel, sentry, warden, warder, watch, watcher, watchman
Related Wordsobserver, patrol, spotter, surveillant, watchdog; bodyguard, convoy, defender, escort, honor guard; gatekeeper; hack [slang]
Near Antonymscharge, client, dependent, ward
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
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