trusting[ truhs-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF trusting
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRUSTING
Trusting you will be able to concur in the foregoing suggestions.
In trusting too much in government, we have asked of it more than it can deliver.
The truth was that it was only by trusting to the magic of the white men that Patofa could get to us.
He could not unclasp the trusting little hand that was slipped in his.
No men were to be had, and then arose the question about trusting the old crew.
I have no fear, and I shall take no care, trusting in the spirit.
As to trusting himself to meet Dora's eyes, "'twas what he dared not."
Not yet trusting the tones of her voice, she sat down on the bench beside him.
I sealed my letter, and, not trusting it out of my own hands, delivered it myself that day.
He had no intention of trusting too implicitly to that loudly proclaimed fatigue.