distrust

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Lack of trust or confidence
To put no trust in; to have no confidence in
lack of confidence in the power, wisdom, or good intent of any person
{n} suspicion, a loss of confidence
{v} to suspect, disbelieve, fear
Distrust is the feeling of doubt that you have towards someone or something you distrust. What he saw there left him with a profound distrust of all political authority. = mistrust. a feeling that you cannot trust someone mistrust. to not trust someone or something   trust
{i} mistrust, suspiciousness, doubt
State of being suspected; loss of trust
the trait of not trusting others
the trait of not trusting others regard as untrustworthy; regard with suspicion; have no faith or confidence in
doubt about someone's honesty
Doubt of sufficiency, reality, or sincerity; want of confidence, faith, or reliance; as, distrust of one's power, authority, will, purposes, schemes, etc
To feel absence of trust in; not to confide in or rely upon; to deem of questionable sufficiency or reality; to doubt; to be suspicious of; to mistrust
Suspicion of evil designs
{f} doubt someone, disbelieve, suspect
If you distrust someone or something, you think they are not honest, reliable, or safe. I don't have any particular reason to distrust them. = mistrust trust
regard as untrustworthy; regard with suspicion; have no faith or confidence in
untrust
wantrust
distrustful
Causing or giving rise to distrust
distrustful
Marked by distrust; doubtful; suspicious
distrustful
{a} suspicious, timorous, modest, shy
distrusted
past of distrust
distruster
One who distrusts
distruster
Someone who distrusts
distrustful
Apt to distrust; suspicious; mistrustful
distrustful
{s} suspicious, doubtful, dubious
distrustful
incredulous by virtue of distrust
distrustful
Not confident; diffident; wanting confidence or thrust; modest; as, distrustful of ourselves, of one's powers
distrustful
having or showing distrust; "a man of distrustful nature"; "my experience in other fields of law has made me distrustful of rules of thumb generally"- B N Cardozo; "vigilant and distrustful superintendence"- Thomas Jefferson
distrustful
Cardozo; "vigilant and distrustful superintendence"- Thomas Jefferson
distrustful
incredulous by virtue of distrust having or showing distrust; "a man of distrustful nature"; "my experience
distrustful
If you are distrustful of someone or something, you think that they are not honest, reliable, or safe. Voters are deeply distrustful of all politicians
distrustful
in other fields of law has made me distrustful of rules of thumb generally"- B
distrustfully
suspiciously, disbelievingly, dubiously
distrustfully
with distrust; "she looked at him distrustfully
distrustfully
with distrust; "she looked at him distrustfully"
distrustfully
In a distrustful manner
distrusting
That distrusts; suspicious; lacking confidence in
distrusting
present participle of distrust
distrusts
third-person singular of distrust
self-distrust
lack of belief in oneself
distrust
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