charge

[ chahrj ]SEE DEFINITION OF charge

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I am sure the injury you speak of could not have happened when he was in charge.

No, I couldn't help it, but still it wouldn't have happened if it had not been in my charge.

I should like to meet him face to face, and charge him with his treachery.

His great failing was that he exaggerated--no tale ever losing anything in his charge.

Giles was their “ancient” and had charge of the banner, nor could it be doubted that he had flourished.

As the next toast fell to his lot, he would ask them to charge their glasses.

What will you find to lay to the charge of Ministers in the coming session?

Their brother Stukely had been interrupted in the charge which he was about to make.

He repeated that he knew not how far that charge might have been brought home.

The new mare and the dog-cart in charge of the stable lad were there, but no Dick.

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