Definitions of "ward"
  1. A specific area or section within a city that is used for political representation, voting, or administrative tasks
  2. An individual, usually a minor or someone incompetent, who is under the legal supervision of a designated guardian
  3. An individual, typically incapacitated, who receives protection either directly from a court or via a court-appointed guardian
How to use "ward" in a sentence
  1. The residents of the ward held a meeting to discuss community problems.
  2. After her parents' death, she became a ward to her aunt who was appointed as her legal guardian.
  3. Due to his inability to take care of himself, the court declared him a ward and assigned a guardian to manage his affairs.

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