Prot'eg'ee
Prot'eg'e Pro`t['e]`g['e]", n. m. Prot'eg'ee Pro`t['e]`g['e]e", n. f.[F., p. p. of prot['e]ger. See {Protect}.] One under the care and protection of another. [1913 Webster]

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