But these pictures attain no celebrity because the public admire them, for it is not to the public that the judgment is intrusted.
A confectioner of Yvetot had been intrusted with the tarts and sweets.
What is not by any one intrusted to another ought not to be required back again.
He said that, as he had been intrusted with the superintendence so far, he should continue it to the end.
To this council were intrusted powers less extensive in theory than those of the Areopagus, but far more actively exerted.
So much of the hero's toilet may be intrusted to our confidence.
At this crucial moment Jeb remembered an important letter with which he had been intrusted.
A peasant of that region was intrusted with the task of throwing the children into the river.
"It was to his care this young lady was intrusted," said Alfred, blushing at the very thought of alluding to her.
The management of the catapults was intrusted to one man after another,—but in vain.