distrust[ dis-truhst ]SEE DEFINITION OF distrust
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISTRUST
That he had reason for his distrust was proved by Ben Haley's movements.
He looked her in the face, but saw nothing to awaken his distrust.
I was not to distrust them; still less was I to run away from them.
Again that distasteful expression fraught with distrust and insinuation.
Crane faced about, and coming forward, held out his hand to the man of distrust.
Something like jealousy and distrust of his friend arose in Vivian's mind: "What!"
Sarah was not only under the influence of distrust, but of inordinate desire.
Should we distrust the man because his manners are not our manners, and that his skin is dark?
Manifest no distrust, or you may invite the danger you appear to apprehend.
She had some acquaintance with Dogs, enough to make her hate and distrust them all.