It is a tremendous burden, but also a great privilege—one that has been entrusted to few generations of Americans.
And as a result, we let down the people we are entrusted to serve.
It now has $12 billion entrusted to it by investors, according to Hedge Fund Research.
Why do the jail and prison administrators treat those folks the courts have entrusted to their care in such a despicable manner?
When Foxman's parents were deported to a ghetto, they entrusted him to his nanny.
Why will you not name the man who entrusted you with that matter for copying?
In a Cornish tale a woman is entrusted in her own house with the care of an elf-child.
Yes, this initial task of voice classification is far too important to be entrusted to "any teacher."
In 1824 Franklin was entrusted with the charge of another expedition.
Frank had been relieved at the wheel by Arnold who loved to be entrusted with the management of the boat.