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- n. The personal state or quality of being trustworthy or reliable. Commonly regarded as a virtue.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or character of being trustworthy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the trait of deserving trust and confidence
His trustworthiness is therefore critical to his job performance, and to his employers, and he must be above reproach.
“This threatens the long term trustworthiness and sustainability of the data,” NARA said on its Web site.
Belief in the sacredness of the pledge, trustworthiness, is part of the British ideal of Empire.
"This threatens the long term trustworthiness and sustainability of the data," NARA said on its Web site.
But leaving it out altogether does take away from CP's "trustworthiness" - it makes CP editors appear behind the times and if information is left out, people will go to other sources for their information.
So the Palestinians’ trustworthiness is at a premium here.
He certainly stand far above Whelan in trustworthiness.
One metric of trust is transitive, that is, the trustworthiness of the people who trust someone.
There is no statistical difference of significance between Rudy and Obama (according to that poll) on the notion of trustworthiness in handling Iraq.
They really seem think he's just a hapless innocent who's been hit by the Clinton Lie truck and they're all tut-tutting sadly over his innocent ineptitude, all the while focusing on Hillary's lack of trustworthiness, which is exactly where Obama wants the focus to be.
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