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- adv. In a trustful manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a trustful manner.
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- adv. in a trustful manner
- adv. with trust; in a trusting manner
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I occasionally acted as chaperon to Miss Jameson, but as my hopes centered more trustfully around one object, my taste for general society diminished [...]
But our willingness to live trustfully with differences, because we know that God's will is always greater than our grasp of it, is the best testimony ecumenists can make in this political season.
It is a biblically-grounded spirituality that dares to live trustfully with differences in community, not as a result of polite tolerance of a pragmatic acceptance of pluralism but on the basis of a common commitment to Jesus Christ.
Yves crossed the ward to the foot of the staircase up to the guardwalk by Cadfael's side, quite casually and slowly, obeying orders trustfully, and melted into the dark corner to flatten himself against the wall, while Cadfael climbed the steps to lean into an embrasure between the merlons of the wall and peer out towards the scattered sparkle of fires, out there among the trees.
And how well and safely and trustfully we two shall get on with one another, Bolette.
And this we offer to the poor sick folk who come to us trustfully and pay us at an exorbitant rate to be made well again!
Whatever else we say, we must thank God for this — and for having been able to hold to a method of discussion and sharing that has allowed us to go on meeting one another trustfully and not without sacrifice.
It all began during a Take Back the Night event, where students came together to speak openly and trustfully about their experiences with sexual harassment and rape.
When my legs tired, I would remember Ázzuen plodding trustfully beside me and keep on going.
We must, in the words of St. Claude de la Colombiere, we must trustfully surrender to Divine Providence, because it is only then that we can find true rest from our burden.