Maybe my intrusts blinds me to those of the people you represent.
Meanwhile he intrusts the lady for safe keeping to his wife, Statira.
I wish those she now intrusts them with may be no less faithful to her than I have been.'
He'll take charge of my small funds and of any Miss Adare intrusts to me.
The standing and character of all companies and syndicates should be carefully investigated before any one intrusts money to them.
He say, "while your Master is going f'om pillar to post, looking after your intrusts, you is always doing some devilment."
Darwin assumes three or four cells, and intrusts spontaneity or chance with the development of the species.
To Durdles, when he had consumed his glass of port, Mr. Sapsea intrusts that precious effort of his Muse.
It intrusts to some men the function of passing upon the economic merits or desires of all others.
Hildegund sings her hero to sleep; Walthari, his head in her lap, intrusts himself to the watchfulness of his love.