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protégé
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Middlemarch
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  • "I am quite pleased with your protege," she said to Mr. Brooke before going away.
  • Oh, Lydgate! he is not my protege, you know; only I knew an uncle of his who sent me a letter about him.
  • My protege?
  • Apropos of the "Pioneer"—somebody had prophesied that it would soon be like a dying dolphin, and turn all colors for want of knowing how to help itself, because Mr. Brooke’s protege, the brilliant young Ladislaw, was gone or going.

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  • her latest protégé
  • One of the contestants will get a chance to become Donald Trumps protégé with a salary $250,000.

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