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Origin of distrustful
Examples from the Web for distrustful
“Dead” was the operative word for Sinatra, that most distrustful of all superstars.
A lifetime of abuse had left him distrustful of all humans, and McKeever sought to make himself an exception.
Treviño Morales was distrustful of everyone—except his brother Omar, Z-42—and slept inside his car.
Distrustful of engaging fully, the cynic engages superficially, gets the drug he needs, and moves along.
Distrustful Diversifier Dear Distrustful: Your worry is sensible.
On the other hand, there were both Catholics and Puritans who were distrustful of James.The Life of a Conspirator|Thomas Longueville
As the struggle advanced he found in his front a solid and defiant South, behind him a divided and distrustful North.The Every-day Life of Abraham Lincoln|Francis Fisher Browne
They grow jealous, distrustful, and finally begin to hate their benefactors.Friends and Neighbors|Anonymous
Upon which the astrologer addressed him: God damn thee and the Guelph party, with your distrustful malice!The Civilisation of the Renaissance in Italy|Jacob Burckhardt
She was also a woman—that is to say, distrustful and suspicious in reference to all other women.The Count's Millions|Emile Gaboriau