Synonyms for Tutelar:

adj.

protecting (adjective)
tutelary.
tutelary (adjective)
protective, guardian, custodial.

n.

tutelar (noun)
tutelary, custodial, protective, guardian.

Usage examples for tutelar

  1. So, having made his arrangements and offered vows to the gods, when he was seen in the streets advancing at the head of his men to engage the enemy, a confused noise of shouts, congratulations, vows, and prayers was raised by the Syracusans, who now called Dion their deliverer and tutelar deity, and his soldiers their friends, brethren, and fellow- citizens. – Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans by Clough, Arthur Hugh
  2. He applied, therefore, to his wife for the solution of the dilemma, who, after many floods of tears, informed her husband that, walking one day along the banks of the river, a human form arose from a deep eddy, termed Tweed- pool, who deigned to inform her that he was the tutelar genius of the stream, and he became the father of the sturdy fellow whose appearance had so much surprised her husband. – Strange Pages from Family Papers by T. F. Thiselton Dyer