- v. Simple past tense and past participle of trust.
- adj. (of persons) worthy of trust or confidence
“+ ... a company like Yahoo may be able to create more consumer-friendly search by working towards an embrace of open formats and interoperability and participation in a trusted metadata scheme, but will bias the voice so that a certain trusted universe of publishers may be featured, as it were.”
“But he said I must, and he trusted me, he _trusted_ me to tell the truth and the whole truth, and I can't deceive him; I can't hide anything after that. ”
“The right to arrive at a mutually agreed upon definition of the term trusted partner”
“Mr Colvin said he relied on what he called trusted sources for much of his information.”
“He allows certain "trusted" people (his quotes) to post entries on his blog, and one of them placed the telemarketing post, he says.”
“But now this woman who he never trusted is his only help, the only one who is on his side and the one person he can use to prevent the launching of the Explorer 1 an make it a fantastic exploding firework display – the failure of the Capitalists and the triumph of the Communists.”
“Now Mahmoud, who is described as trusted and who refused to allow the army to participate in the violence, is involved in all key committee decisions.”
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“Another reason republicans can not be trusted is because they listen to Rush, enough said.”
“I wonder what kind of presidency rests with a candidate who can't be trusted from the start.”
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