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See definition of intrusting on Dictionary.com
  • as indelivery
  • as incommit

synonyms for intrusting

  • consignment
  • distribution
  • shipment
  • transmission
  • commitment
  • conveyance
  • dispatch
  • drop
  • mailing
  • portage
  • post
  • rendition
  • surrender
  • freighting
  • giving over
  • handing over
  • impartment
  • parcel post
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antonyms for intrusting

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  • capture
  • confinement
  • hold
  • imprisonment
  • keeping
  • quiet
  • restraint
  • retention
  • secrecy
  • keep from
  • stop
  • rest
  • idle
  • end
  • retain
  • stay
  • fix
  • keep
  • take
  • cancel
  • let go
  • wait
  • loaf
  • desist
  • cease
  • retract
  • dissuade
  • remain
  • hide
  • conceal
  • disapprove
  • disallow
  • reject
  • deny
  • withhold
  • refuse
  • release
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How to use intrusting in a sentence

I trembled at the thought of intrusting them to a family ill brought up, to be still worse educated.
THE CONFESSIONS OF J. J. ROUSSEAU, COMPLETEJEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU
The intrusting of so many great fortunes to women shows an increasing confidence in their judgment of social needs.
EUTHENICS, THE SCIENCE OF CONTROLLABLE ENVIRONMENTELLEN H. RICHARDS
No wonder you are somewhat chary of rashly intrusting to a suitor the happiness of a sweet flower like this.
IN THE YULE-LOG GLOW, BOOK IIVARIOUS
He enjoined that the building should forthwith be destroyed, intrusting the task to the swift hands of Theophilus.
HISTORY OF THE INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT OF EUROPE, VOLUME I (OF 2)JOHN WILLIAM DRAPER
He believes that, by intrusting the matter to a fellow countryman, he will get his boy back again.
THE BLUE LIGHTSARNOLD FREDERICKS
Valerian was reduced to the necessity of intrusting his life and dignity to the faith of an enemy.
THE HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIREEDWARD GIBBON
But when Stewart asked for his bill, the proprietor, instead of intrusting it as usual to the headwaiter, presented it in person.
THE GIRL FROM ALSACEBURTON EGBERT STEVENSON
He had adopted the precaution of obtaining hostages before intrusting himself in the hands of the Turks.
THE EMPIRE OF AUSTRIA; ITS RISE AND PRESENT POWERJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
I felt her arm trembling under mine while she was intrusting me with a few trifling errands for Paris.
LED ASTRAY AND THE SPHINXOCTAVE FEUILLET
The rite of intrusting, to which we are now to direct our attention, will supply us with many important and interesting symbols.
THE SYMBOLISM OF FREEMASONRYALBERT G. MACKEY
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WORDS RELATED TO INTRUSTING

  • commitment
  • consignment
  • conveyance
  • dispatch
  • distribution
  • drop
  • freighting
  • giving over
  • handing over
  • impartment
  • intrusting
  • mailing
  • parcel post
  • portage
  • post
  • rendition
  • shipment
  • surrender
  • transmission
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