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It seems unlikely that Eloise, entrusted by the queen to investigate Lady Whistledown’s identity, would have publicly revealed information that would be so harmful to her brother and family.
These are people who think they should be entrusted with the presidency, mind you.
More than once they met the commandant, who, entrusting nothing of importance to others, was himself going the rounds.
THE LILY OF LEYDENW.H.G. KINGSTON
After the marriage, Joce and Fulke leave for a visit in Berkshire, entrusting the castle to thirty knights and seventy soldiers.
IN UNFAMILIAR ENGLANDTHOMAS DOWLER MURPHY
All this he confided to Zulma, knowing well that he was violating no duty in entrusting her with the information.
THE BASTONNAISJOHN LESPERANCE
He avoided Glinkas methods of entrusting his libretto to several hands.
THE RUSSIAN OPERAROSA NEWMARCH
The haughtiest dames did not shrink from entrusting to him secrets of form and figure, which they even hid from their husbands.
CAUGHT IN THE NETEMILE GABORIAU
He began to talk eagerly; he babbled, entrusting himself to Mr. Enwright's benevolence.
THE ROLL-CALLARNOLD BENNETT
This Mazarin has also granted him, entrusting the command of the troop to me, under St. Auban.
THE SUITORS OF YVONNERAPHAEL SABATINI
And then once more they struck off, entrusting themselves to the stream, or rather to its eddies.