from The Century Dictionary.
- Not trustful or trusting.
- Not to be trusted; not trustworthy; not trusty.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Not trustful or trusting.
- adjective rare Not to be trusted; not trusty.
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- adjective Not
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Obama should condemn himself and drop out of the race since he is untrustful, lieing all the time and fooling people.
“Silence, Campo-Basso,” said the Duke, “and be assured you serve a prince. who knows your worth too well to exchange it for the untried and untrustful services of those, whom we have only known as vexatious and malignant neighbors.”
Anne of Geierstein 2008
The Grand National Party tries to apply the side car point (that the stock market uses) to the Internet and the President still says, “untrustful Internet could be the poison rather than the medicine.”
But she knew that he was too innately untrustful, unloving, to be saved by an act of faith.
Captivity M. Leonora Eyles 1924
But she may very well have had an arrangement with the renegades to lure a victim into the Basin; and then, untrustful of their bloodthirsty instincts, had fled with her prize to the Hole, so that he might be put to ransom.
Bloom of Cactus Robert Ames Bennet 1912
I resolved not to let sad and untrustful thoughts come in the way of gratitude for present happiness, and oh! how thankfully I looked at him with his children around him.
Lady John Russell Ed 1910
He took the letter from Mr. Pyecroft's unwilling and untrustful hands and glanced it through.
No. 13 Washington Square Leroy Scott 1902
I gasped, beginning to get the untrustful feeling again.
Phyllis Maria Thompson Daviess 1898
She was an obstinate young person -- she was precise, she was scrupulous, she was of a secretive, untrustful turn of mind; and as she was ambitious for advancement from the dreary isolation of Point-o'-Bay Cove, she was not to be entrapped or entreated into what she had determined was a breach of discipline.
Harbor Tales Down North With an Appreciation by Wilfred T. Grenfell, M.D. Norman Duncan 1893
The Countess Zara was a young woman, but one who had stood so long on guard against the world, that the strain had told, and her eyes were hard and untrustful, so that she looked much older than she really was.
The King's Jackal 1891