trustful[ truhst-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF trustful
Synonyms for trustful
- off guard
- taken in
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRUSTFUL
She smiled upon him, her head high, her eyes tender and trustful.
How trustful and generous in him to bestow all this confidence in me.
I feel that I have been culpably negligent, and altogether too trustful.'
Their glance was guileless, profound, confident, and trustful.
She has the most trustful eyes of any human being that ever walked this earth.
She will marry some day, he had said—and your eyes were trustful.
She thanked him with a trustful word, and the coroner began.
This message he sent to the preacher by a trustful servant, Joshua.
Viola, returning, extended her hand to Morton with a trustful smile.
Judith went home with elastic step and lifted, trustful face.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TRUSTFUL
- at ease
- keeping the faith
- looking forward to