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Definition of "entrusting" []

  • Present participle of entrust. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "entrusting" in a sentence
  • "A new labor with its triumph summons thee: God in entrusting it to thee, will give thee courage and also the crown."
  • "Pope Benedict XVI, reflecting on this change, said, “From the naïve enthusiasm of acceptance, passing through the sorrowful experience of denial and the weeping of conversion, Peter succeeded in entrusting himself to that Jesus who adapted himself to his poor capacity of love” (General Audience, May 24, 2006)."
  • "They feel safe in entrusting their boys to this country, and in that way the better class of parents are willing to send a better class of boys tan has even been the case before."