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noun as in authenticity

noun as in faithfulness

noun as in reliability

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Example Sentences

Rubio, a fan favorite who spent the first six years of his career with the Timberwolves, will return as a trustworthy backup to Russell.

Information also tends to be more trustworthy because of the general absence of advertising and crowdsourced information reduces reliance on individual company databases.

Perhaps Jack once shared Pete’s problems but has learned enough about how to manage himself now to be a trustworthy neighbor and friend.

You have a sort of internal radar when people are not trustworthy.

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Since polls closed, many people have been projecting winners and claiming victory, so you may be wondering where you can get trustworthy results for the states that remain up for grabs.

The irony is that the Afghans have already proven their reliability and trustworthiness in the heat of battle.

Today Obama is about as popular as Nixon was at the same point in his term, with similar negative ratings on trustworthiness.

From all employees he demanded efficiency, trustworthiness, loyalty, and strict adherence to a dress code.

Romney must also take care not to reverse himself on anything at all, lest he revive questions about his trustworthiness.

Reid showed an intense loyalty to his benefactors while also projecting sincerity and trustworthiness.

Theory has been the guide in the development of bridge design, and its trustworthiness is completely recognized.

These expressions of praise are so enthusiastic that a suspicion might possibly arise as to their trustworthiness.

In the discharge of this trust he displayed the energy, tact, and trustworthiness which were prophecies of the man.

Regarding the trustworthiness of the rope he was especially careful.

Rose desired everybody to acknowledge her mother-wit and trustworthiness.


On this page you'll find 956 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trustworthiness, such as: accuracy, correctness, credibility, legitimacy, purity, and reliability.

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