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- v. To trust; place confidence in (a person).
- v. To entrust.
- n. An entrusting; a trust.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To trust or intrust.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To intrust; commit to another in confidence of fidelity.
- To confide in.
Therefore, though now you know your soul is lodged in flesh, and within a little while this mortal frame must drop in pieces and fall into the dust, yet never be solicitous what he will do with your soul, or what will become of it after all: you do betrust, you have committed it to him, who is the most absolutely perfect God, and the most absolutely perfect Being.
When we sail, we seem to betrust ourselves to the Lord and the sea; but the truth is, often we trust more to the strong ship, than to the sea or the Lord.
The good man is liastning to his journey's end, * & telles me sincerely he hath none to betrust the worke with after his death but myselfe.
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