Thesaurus / distrusted


Overbearing to those he distrusted, irritable among shams, he was charity itself to real merit and to the poor.

The IncendiaryW. A. (William Augustine) Leahy

They should, therefore, not have been distrusted on this occasion.

She distrusted no one, because she had never had any reason to do so.

Adrift on the PacificEdward S. Ellis

I remember Iris often used to say she distrusted the woman—don't know why.

AfterwardsKathlyn Rhodes

Jan distrusted Fortune when she seemed to smile too blandly.

The Haunters of the SilencesCharles G. D. Roberts

Jackson showed no great resentment when he was passed over for Adams: he respected Adams, though he disliked and distrusted Clay.

Lescarbot's eye rested on the potato plant, which he distrusted.

It was impossible to disarm the distrusted Native Infantry regiment in the absence of a European force.

Yet, each side remembered its experiences in 1927 and distrusted the other.

He was accustomed to thinking along grooves; he distrusted sidings.

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