from The Century Dictionary.

  • To intrust; commit in trust; accredit.


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  • DVM lasciuiam nobilium et laudes fucosas petit, dum Africani uocem diuinam haurit auidis auribus, dum ad Philum se cenitare et Laelium pulchrum putat, dum se amari ab his concredit, crebro in Albanum uenit, suis postlatis rebus ad summam inopiam redactus est.

    Terence corrupted by his Patrons

  • And I doubt not but the good Shepherd will hear your voice and restore you to the Reinjoyment of the sweet fruits of his Garden: To whom concredit and give your selves up, and he will feed you who now dwell solitarily.

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society


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