verb (used with object)
Related formsen·trust·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for entrust
John will not be around much longer and so he must entrust the child to their safe-keeping.
The IOC members must possess tremendous faith to entrust the Games to Sochi in the face of such obstacles!
So, no, I would not entrust my money to them, because it is clear that they do not feel any fiduciary responsibility to me.Poll Results: Our Readers Won't be Goldman Clients|Noah Kristula-Green|March 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
How can you entrust the development of a country like Afghanistan to a dysfunctional organization like USAID?
They used to entrust letters and valuable packages to the drivers of stage-coaches or to the captains of coasting-vessels.The Modern Railroad|Edward Hungerford
If you resist, cher monsieur, it will be of painful duty that I entrust the contents of this revolver into—mais non!The Inn at the Red Oak|Latta Griswold
In our world, it would never occur to a mother to entrust a daughter of sixteen to a man of twenty-eight!The Devil's Pool|George Sand
And by a second gift this lapse was repaired after all, but I took care not to entrust the matter directly to him.Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie|Andrew Carnegie
I should not care to entrust my daughter or sister to the keeping of a man with my unsavory reputation.Nat Goodwin's Book|Nat C. Goodwin