trusty

[ truhs-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF trusty

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRUSTY

And let our principal and most trusty friends named in my last know that I do.

His trusty sword, in its steel scabbard, strikes clanking on the doorstep.

"Throw me the loan of a trusty Bartly, for a cushion," said he.

My father had a housekeeper, a trusty woman, he considered her.

Juve held out his hand—a firm, strong hand—the hand of a trusty man.

He returned to the consulate to talk over the matter with the trusty Scanlons.

Here are my advisors; here my trusty, never-tiring assistants.

Trusty had never worn a harness in his life, or been fastened to anything.

After the meeting at which the affair was arranged a trusty comrade did not leave me an inch.

Bring me writing materials, and have a trusty messenger at my disposal.

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