Definition of encharge
1 archaic : to give into the charge of a person encharging him the custody and defense thereof — Robert Barret
2 : to give a responsibility, duty, or task to : entrust —usually used with with found himself encharged with the bringing up of a young nobleman — R. H. Quick
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