They go in person or depute their agents to inspect the wine, make their bargains, and seal the cellars where the wine is stored.
And now will you tell me the principal facts, as you know them, or will you depute some one else to do so?
He has gone behind my back and tried to depute you to do it, to plead his cause for him.
I depute you to open this sealed document and read the contents to the company.
As Mrs. Fred Lawrence she would be held regally above them, and could depute her charitable work to her aunt.
If I depute a servant to do this, I know how he will set about it.
They depute him to lecture upon this subject in almost all the large cities throughout the Union.
This preliminary work he is obliged to depute to subordinates.
“At your own castle, when we can get there, and to whomsoever we may depute,” was the reply.
I know it is asking a good deal, but would you accompany any one we may depute to go?