Definition of Entrustments

1. Noun. (plural of entrustment) ¹



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Definition of Entrustments

1. entrustment [n] - See also: entrustment

Lexicographical Neighbors of Entrustments

entropic doom
entropically
entropies
entropion
entropionise
entropions
entropium
entropy
entropy trapping
entropyless
entropylike
entrust
entrusted
entrusting
entrustment
entrustments (current term)
entrusts
entry
entry-level
entry points for the eye
entry word
entry wound
entry zone
entryism
entryisms
entryist
entryists
entryless
entryng

Literary usage of Entrustments

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Kingdom (Basileia): An Exegetical Study by George Dana Boardman (1899)
"Again, the divine entrustments are unequal. " To one he gave five talents, to another two, to another one." What diversity of talents or gifts in the King's ..."

2. Publications by State Charities Aid Association (N.Y.) (1892)
"... the boards of supervisors with the suitable blanks for admission and entrustments of epileptics to such colony. § Iti. Apportionment of slate patients. ..."

3. The Meaning of Faith by Harry Emerson Fosdick (1917)
"Man at his best always looks upon his blessings as gifts, his powers as entrustments, his service as a debt which he owes, and his success as an occasion of ..."

4. Report on the Manuscripts of F. W. Leyborne-Popham, Esq., of Littlecote, Co by Francis William Leyborne-Popham, Edward Popham, William Clarke, George Clarke, John Collins (1899)
"... and such provision made for part at least of the soldiers' arrears as may reimburse what they have expended in the discharge of their entrustments. ..."

5. Record of Christian Work edited by Alexander McConnell, William Revell Moody, Arthur Percy Fitt (1906)
"... as to His final reckoning with His servants, that all entrustments are made to us as stewards and must be returned to our Master with suitable profit. ..."

6. Records from Ninety-four Milestones (1914)
"... "This is the place prepared for you,—the place for which you have been preparing by your fidelity to all the entrustments of time. ..."

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