from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Warranting trust; reliable. synonym: reliable.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Worthy of trust or confidence; trusty; reliable; that may be relied on.
- Synonyms Faithful, honest.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Worthy of trust or confidence; trusty.
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- adjective Deserving of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective taking responsibility for one's conduct and obligations
- adjective worthy of trust or belief
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Analogously, it may be true that we possess dedicated mechanisms for ˜reading™ faces as trustworthy or threatening, and often make split-second judgments on this basis; but this doesn't preclude our ability to revise such judgments, as when we reflect on the behavior of someone with ˜trustworthy facial features™ and realize that he is actually a scoundrel.
I'd say not being honest and trustworthy is a fair assessment for Dodd.
He has been a bit tentative lately but has consistantly been trustworthy from the start.
To argue semantics again, though, I don't think trustworthy is the same as, uh, right.
The company owners and executives who knows SEO as it is the most valuable key of digital marketing intend to establish long-term trustworthy business relationships with SEO consulting companies.
According to Mau, it has to appeal to women, fit current home-decor trends and look "trustworthy" -- hence no boxes depicting scenes from, say,
Now there’s a new contest, which though seemingly more respectable and trustworthy, is [...]
Now there’s a new contest, which though seemingly more respectable and trustworthy, is still gaining a few raised eyebrows: The First Chapters Writing Competition, sponsored by Borders and Gather. com.
Someone who understands what it is to be honest and trustworthy, that is who I want my daughter to look up to.
Emotional abusers often seem to be charismatic and trustworthy, that is until one gets to really know them.