Definition of "tutrix"
  1. A woman who is appointed by a court to instruct or educate another person, often a minor
How to use "tutrix" in a sentence
  1. The court appointed a tutrix for the young child after his parents' death.
  2. The tutrix provided exceptional guidance to her pupil, promoting his academic success.
  3. In the absence of the child's parents, the tutrix assumed responsibility for his education.

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