Tutorledge itself is a sweet tooth fairy on the level of a word -- tutor + knowledge -- whereas Eliot ... under the tutelage -- tutor + -age (function) -- of ... .  Well done, Rick, along with Nobel prize fighter.

Marcia

Rickard A. Parker wrote:
[log in to unmask]" type="cite">During his Harvard years T.S. Eliot took up boxing under the tutorledge
of a man named Sweeney.  But we know that Eliot mainly fought with his
demons.  It paid off -- he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature
in 1948.

I have a question though.  Did that make Eliot the world's first Nobel
prize fighter?


What is a sweet tooth fairy?:

http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/ideas/articles/2010/01/24/sweet_tooth_fairies/

Give me a list of 'em:
   http://www.wordnik.com/lists/sweet-tooth-fairy?s=c&d=d&o=-1