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- v. Present participle of trust.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having or exercising trust; confiding; unsuspecting; trustful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Trustful; confiding.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. inclined to believe or confide readily; full of trust
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You begin by what you call trusting a friend, that is, aiding him to self-destruction -- buying him arsenic to clear his complexion -- you end by dragging all near you into your own abyss, as a drowning man would clutch at his own brother.
On the other hand, a longtime friend of mine who went to university and graduate school and who is a PHD with an IQ of over 200, has very patiently explained to me that I'm utterly dumb, gullible and lacking any sense or understanding that it was my own stupid behavior in trusting my ex-husband and his cronies for 8 years that got me into trouble.
Where I differ with him is in trusting Senator Mitchell to do the right thing.
Since the husband can still cheat without you, the only genuine reassurance available to her is in trusting her husband again.
More because I should have taken greater care in trusting a single service to watch over bookmarks that were that important to me. unfortunately 99.9% of all my bookmarks were classed as private and therefore as far as i can tell, there is no hope for me to recover the years of bookmarks I came to depend upon.
"I believe in trusting this president at this time because of the stand that he has taken and has implemented consistently over the last four years."
Also they may not be comfortable in trusting the extent of their privacy to be definable by legislators.
– If you follow the Constitutions logic in trusting to the wisdom of the senate you should trust that they themselves believe it best to require a super-majority to pass legislation, particularly extraordinary legislation.
If you follow the Constitutions logic in trusting to the wisdom of the senate you should trust that they themselves believe it best to require a super-majority to pass legislation, particularly extraordinary legislation.
OBILL is making the same belief in trusting but not verify as his idol Bill Clinton when it comes to foriegn affairs and after hearing a national security speech on u-tube he will sell out the military for peace dividends just as Bill did.