Definition of Trusteeship

1. Noun. A dependent country; administered by another country under the supervision of the United Nations.

Exact synonyms: Trust Territory
Generic synonyms: District, Dominion, Territorial Dominion, Territory



2. Noun. The position of trustee.
Generic synonyms: Berth, Billet, Office, Place, Position, Post, Situation, Spot

Definition of Trusteeship

1. n. The office or duty of a trustee.

Definition of Trusteeship

1. Noun. The position or office of being a trustee. ¹

2. Noun. A United Nations trust territory or its administration. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Trusteeship

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trusteeship

trustability
trustable
trustafarian
trustafarians
trustbuster
trustbusters
trustbusting
trusted
trustedst
trustee
trustee-beneficiary relation
trustee account
trusteed
trusteeing
trustees
trusteeship (current term)
trusteeships
truster
trusters
trustest
trusteth
trustful
trustfully
trustfulness
trustfulnesses
trustier
trusties
trustiest
trustily
trustiness

Literary usage of Trusteeship

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1. Truman, the Jewish Vote, and the Creation of Israel by John Snetsinger (1974)
"8 The American Proposal for a United Nations trusteeship THE FAILURE OF AMERICAN POLICY On March 19, 1948, United States Ambassador Warren Austin ..."

2. Handbook of the Law of Trusts by George Gleason Bogert (1921)
"VACANCIES IN trusteeship—APPOINTMENT OF SUCCESSORS 82. The settlor may reserve to himself or vest in others the power of filling vacancies in the ..."

3. Holders of Railroad Bonds and Notes: Their Rights and Remedies, Treating by Louis Heft (1916)
"Expenses of the trusteeship; compensation and expenses paid by railroad company or out of the trust property; contribution by bondholders; ..."

4. Woman's Part in Government: Whether She Votes Or Not by William Harvey Allen (1911)
"Are Women Under the Law of trusteeship? Sentiment and law have given the words trustee and trusteeship a well merited halo. No greater compliment can be ..."

5. The Peace Conference at The Hague: And Its Bearings on International Law and by Frederick William Holls (1900)
"The occupying State shall only be trusteeship regarded as administrator and usufructuary of the'^'t"'ul>yi"g public buildings, real property, forests, ..."

6. Twenty-five Years in the Secret Service: The Recollections of a Spy by Henri Le Caron (1893)
"I there proposed to receive into the trusteeship and Executive Council of the Skirmishing Fund one or two of their body, provided that the one or two meant ..."

7. Accounts; Their Construction and Interpretation: For Business Men and by William Morse Cole (1915)
"Regarding trusteeship settlements (which for this purpose may be taken to include executorships and ..."

8. The Law of Partnership, Including Limited Partnerships. by Francis Marion Burdick (1917)
"(d) Surviving Partner's Quasi trusteeship. — In this country, his quasi trusteeship has a more extensive character. It is true that the legal title to firm ..."

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