custodianship

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custodian +‎ -ship

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custodianship (countable and uncountable, plural custodianships)

  1. The office, or the duty of a custodian.
    • 2022 May 4, Dr Joseph Brennan, “When the railways met stately homes...”, in RAIL, number 956, page 61:
      The erection and splendour of these structures - tunnels, shafts, stations and bridges included - of which landowners, with their centuries of custodianship over long-sheltered environs, were uniquely situated to ensure.

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