Thesaurus / intrusting

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To what other agency can she think of intrusting any of them?

The Church and Modern LifeWashington Gladden

And intrusting my horse to the orderly with some brief directions, the general led the way into his head-quarters tent.

Such people as wish it done for the king's sake—and they are few—are all for intrusting the business to Pompey.

The Letters of Cicero, Volume 1Marcus Tullius Cicero

He had shut himself away from the public gaze by planks and masonry, and worked alone, not intrusting a stroke to other hands.

I have placed you in the highest positions, intrusting you repeatedly with large shares of my own sovereign power.

Madame, already informed, is writing the letter which she is good enough to do me the honor of intrusting to me.

Ten Years LaterAlexandre Dumas, Pere

I acknowledge that I reproached myself severely for intrusting the vessel to the sole care of students.

Dikes and DitchesOliver Optic

I trembled at the thought of intrusting them to a family ill brought up, to be still worse educated.

But King John made the great mistake of intrusting Columbus's plan to another person for experiment.

Felix hastily wrote a few lines to Lily, and intrusting them to Mrs. Podmore, kissed Pollypod tenderly.

London's HeartB. L. (Benjamin Leopold) Farjeon
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