self-distrust and remorse were secretly undermining the rigour of his Judaic faith.
self-distrust, vague and indefinite, touched him unaccountably.
For himself, he discovers that the plague of his former modes of life lay in self-distrust.
There is no trust without, complementary to it, self-distrust.
There are no evidences of self-loathing, or even of self-distrust.
In his self-distrust he asked for two signs more, and God gave them to him.
To Dudley, Julia's body represented all the darkness of self-distrust and the coldness of his own worldly mind.
Certainly, the new commander was not troubled with Burnside's self-distrust.
But no touch of uneasiness or self-distrust appeared in M. de Perrencourt's smooth cutting speech.
But the first seed of self-distrust was springing up in her heart.