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Wearied, he deposited himself sulkily in an armchair by the hearth.

Secrets of this description are death to those with whom they are deposited.

Let a copy of every other edition ever printed be procured and deposited.

Here he had deposited his travelling chest in the house of a relative.

That week the first five dollars toward it was deposited with the General.

The money is deposited in a bank here, and will be credited to Kenyon in the bank at Ottawa.'

He finally caught a bus, which deposited him one block from his house.

A string of them may be deposited on the mouthful on your fork.

This he carried over and deposited on the centre of my mantel-piece.

So we bore him off, all in coils and curves like a dead python, and deposited him upon his bed.

WORD ORIGIN

1620s, from Latin depositum, from deponere (see deposit (v.)). Geological sense is from 1781; monetary sense is from 1737.

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