Definition of Tutrices

1. Noun. (plural of tutrix) ¹



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Definition of Tutrices

1. tutrix [n] - See also: tutrix

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tutrices

tutors
tutorship
tutorships
tutory
tutour
tutours
tutoy
tutoyed
tutoyer
tutoyered
tutoyering
tutoyers
tutoying
tutress
tutresses
tutrices (current term)
tutrix
tutrixes
tuts
tutsan
tutsans
tutsed
tutses
tutsing
tutted
tutti
tutti-frutti
tutti frutti
tutti quanti
tutties

Literary usage of Tutrices

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1. Women of Canada: Their Life and Work by National Council of Women of Canada (1900)
"Only the mother, and other female ascendants during widowhood, can act as tutrices of their children and grandchildren. However, by exception, the wife may ..."

2. The Copper Handbook by Horace Jared Stevens, Walter Harvey Weed (1910)
"Copper in small manses, detached from its rock- tutrices at the rock-house, and shipped in barrels direct to the smelter. BARROW. A wheelbarrow; also same ..."

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