Entrusting [verb]

Definition of Entrusting:

give custody, authority to

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Sentence/Example of Entrusting:

“If any Americans participated in the Capitol attack, or if they subscribe to these dangerous anti-government views of QAnon, then they have no business being entrusted with our nation’s secrets,” she said.

The musical icons entrusted All American’s GG Townson and The Bobby DeBarge Story’s Laila Odom to step into their shoes.

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.

A court might hold that the man who gave it to him was a fool for entrusting such a package voluntarily with him.

After some thought Captain Foster wrote a telegram, entrusting it to a corporal to take over to the village.

Kooshy Ram laughed heartily at the idea of any stranger entrusting his wealth to Beeka Mull.

Like himself they had failed to grasp the necessity of entrusting the work of settlement to more specially qualified men.

The pope, in entrusting the publication of the bull to Eck, had committed a blunder which was destined to neutralise its effect.

The confidence which was felt in his integrity appeared in their entrusting him with the office of apportioning the contribution.