distrustful

[ dis-truhst-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF distrustful
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She was distrustful of the future, and apt to anticipate bad fortune.

The one preserved a calm and placid smile; the other, a distrustful frown.

Karl cast a distrustful glance sideways at my nursling and spoke not.

There was a pause while he searched her face with a distrustful scrutiny.

It would not obey his brain because, after all, what could the brain report of his distrustful heart?

The O'Beirnes, sullen and distrustful, were still glad to escape present peril.

He is a cold, harsh, unfeeling fellow, distrustful and false.

He seemed unwilling to move, as if distrustful of his own solidity.

I have grown fearful of everything––distrustful of every glance.

Such a book as this makes us distrustful of all our standards.

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