Recent Examples of trusteeship from the Web
As a mentor, I’ve been given a trusteeship of my students’ moral character, along with their intellectual ability.
As international frustrations and worries grow, some momentum is growing for a proposal for outside powers to take over South Sudan and run it as a trusteeship until things calm down.
Transition officials say Kushner is resigning from all of his other partnerships, trusteeships and divesting from 35 investments.
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First Known Use of trusteeship
TRUSTEESHIP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of trusteeship for English Language Learners
: the position or job of a trustee
: control over an area of land given to a country or countries by the United Nations
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