A lifetime of abuse had left him distrustful of all humans, and McKeever sought to make himself an exception.
“Dead” was the operative word for Sinatra, that most distrustful of all superstars.
distrustful Diversifier Dear distrustful: Your worry is sensible.
distrustful of engaging fully, the cynic engages superficially, gets the drug he needs, and moves along.
Treviño Morales was distrustful of everyone—except his brother Omar, Z-42—and slept inside his car.
Was it strange that the States should be distrustful of her intentions, and, in their turn, become neglectful of their duty?
But you forget how diffident M. de Bois is, how distrustful of his own merits.
What does this mean, if not that our dramatists have been too distrustful of the public?
The Makimmons are not distrustful,” he reiterated; “he robbed me of all my savings.
Because he was sure of one excellency, and distrustful as to the other.