Definition of "guardian"
  1. An appointed adult responsible for a minor or their property, or an incapacitated adult, controlling their medical, educational, and physical needs, and assets
How to use "guardian" in a sentence
  1. Joe was made a guardian to his younger brother after their parents' demise.
  2. The court appointed a guardian to manage the minor's inherited estate.
  3. Because John's elderly father was incapable of managing his own affairs, a guardian was court-appointed.

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