Synonyms for distrusting

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Still, nothing is related that the writer has any reasons for distrusting.

He sat up, distrusting his senses, but the knock was repeated.

But this time, distrusting his senses, he did not rise until the sound was repeated.

It was he who, after for years making her love him so, was now doubting and distrusting her.

At this time they had special reasons for distrusting Leopold and his advisers.

But do you not see that you have now been distrusting me—not I you?

He began to consult his lieutenants, asking their advice, distrusting his own opinions.

Would the preacher, distrusting the sky, have given up his work just for this afternoon?

How should she win this saddened man, this distrusting lover, to the joy which was his desert?

I am despicable in distrusting her for a single second,' said Laura.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c. (v.); 1510s (n.), from dis- + trust. "The etymologically correct form is mistrust, in which both elements are Teutonic" [Klein]. Related: Distrusted; distrusting; distrustful; distrustfully; distrustfulness.

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