deputize[ dep-yuh-tahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF deputize
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEPUTIZE
He bent his eyes on Bob: “Better get Brush to deputize you to make the arrest.”
"All you got to do is to do what I deputize you to do," he said quietly.
The Sheriff denied that he had promised to deputize the Pinkertons.
Now I deny that Congress can deputize its legislative powers.
Miss Pierson, I deputize you to gather up the stray sunbeams for me that memory may have a regal crown to wear when I am far away.
A good manager, though, can't simply go and deputize every detail of his job.
I'll vouch that they're all good cow-hands, and if you want to deputize the whole works, why, just work your rabbit's foot.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DEPUTIZE
- act for
- answer for
- back up
- be in place of
- cover for
- do the work of
- double for
- fill in
- fill in for
- fill one's position
- go as
- serve in one's stead
- stand for
- stand in
- stand in for
- swap places with
- take another's place
- take over