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adjective as in trustful


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This is a very large issue that involves development, nation sovereignty, and the ability of nation states to get along and support one another in a trusting way rather than in ways that we’ve seen the world devolve into over the last 20 years.

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Some people are and some people aren’t, and having had a really wonderful marriage made me more trusting.

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Studies have found that travelers become more creative, open-minded and trusting, for example.

He’s a beautiful jumper and very bold and honest and trusting, which is nice.

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With few protective barriers in place, their safety relies heavily on testing protocols and trusting their partners.

Polls show that the most recent surge in Americans trusting their government happened while President Clinton was in office.

In a dangerous place, a too-trusting ambassador made a misjudgment.

He has not, like a modern Emerson, surrendered himself to nature, but he has, at last, found his instincts worth trusting.

For the past 15 years, he said, he has been “doing everything to keep a trusting relationship” with Moscow.

Yes, Georgie loved the man, and looked up at him with wistful, trusting eyes.

We thought that we should now quietly pursue our way upon the placid sea, trusting confidently in its peaceful name.

With his usual daring, trusting to the unsurpassed élan of his troops, he fought battles at Onao and Busseerutgunge.

Deception, so hateful to her truthful soul, she was compelled to carry on even against her trusting husband.

Had your fond wishes been granted, young and trusting being, how fearful would have been your condition!

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On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trusting, such as: believing, confiding, credulous, gullible, innocent, and naive.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.