depositary

[ dih-poz-i-ter-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF depositary

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She becomes, in reality, less a discoverer than a depositary of secrets.

She has not made you the depositary of any other confidences?

I became the depositary of his secrets and the mover of his counsels.

Paul was not only the depositary of the divine counsels, but also of divine affections.

It is a secret which does not belong to me, and of which I am only the depositary.

He seemed the trustee and depositary of the imperial authority.

Books are the depositary of everything that is most honourable to man.

On the other hand, the depositary has received nothing but a trust.

Even this wench, for aught I can tell, may be a depositary of the secret.

But he was the depositary of a portion of the chronicles and relics of his family.

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