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- adj. Lacking trust; untrusting.
- adj. Untrustworthy; not deserving to be trusted.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That may not be trusted; not worthy of trust; unfaithful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not worthy of trust; unfaithful; delusive; treacherous.
How many of the trustless are willing to work the new machine?
Wrote Emerson: "Yes, we are the cowed, -- we, the trustless."
The information we have received for so long has proven to be trustless and malignant on all sides.
Three years of repeated contradictions, distortions, and stonewalling from this Administration has worn-out public trustless.
Those two faces looking out of the forest of long hair, moustache, and whisker — those two cold yet bold, trustless yet presumptuous visages — were the same faces, the very same that, projected in full gaslight from behind the pillars of a portico, had half frightened me to death on the night of my desolate arrival in Villette.
I only lay bare the barrenness of its nature and the trustless reserve that always made the world around me seem wrapped in
Thus, O king, they lived (in that mansion) very guardedly, deceiving Purochana by a show of trustfulness and contentment while in reality they were trustless and discontented.
While trustless chance me with vain favours crowned,
They were cunning and trustless, narrow - slitted and heavy-lidded, at one and the same time as sharp as a ferret's and as indolent as a basking lizard's.
It sprang from the trustless dread that cannot believe in the forgiveness of the