superintend

[ soo-per-in-tend, soo-prin- ]SEE DEFINITION OF superintend

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Nelson, who was appointed to superintend the evacuation, frustrated these projects.

In 1882 he returned to New York, to superintend the installation of his system in that city.

If a bridge was to be constructed, or a road repaired, he was sent for to superintend it.

I superintend the dairies; the butter and the cheese are the produce of my industry.

But now they would be needed to superintend the more delicate work.

He did not exactly abandon his business, but he came to superintend his superintendents.

No doubt, and confine me at home to superintend the domestic affairs.

He now, however, undertook to superintend the distribution of the provisions.

He was compelled to superintend everything, and even to devote himself to the minutest details.

We will superintend you, give you orders where to dig, and when, and where to stop.

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