verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- mistress of ceremonies,
- mistress of the robes,
Origin of mistrust
Examples from the Web for mistrust
As the Ebola epidemic began sweeping through the region, fear and mistrust of the health workers in West Point escalated.
Those who neglect or mistrust him may be punished--indeed may deserve to be.
A particularly worrisome indicator of this mistrust has been the booming alternative medicine industry.
Those who need the health care system the most often mistrust it, and rightfully so.
Many of the girls from New Kru Town say they mistrust the police and for the most part want to avoid them.
I shall not answer his letter for a week; I mistrust my own vivacity.Munster Village|Mary Hamilton
Arthur, you please to hear that you have no right to mistrust your father, and have no ground to go upon.'Little Dorrit|Charles Dickens
We can gain no lasting peace if we approach it with suspicion and mistrust or with fear.
It was the one passion that was stronger than his mistrust of me.Two on a Tower|Thomas Hardy
It is the happiness that I mistrust, not the holding of friendly hands and meeting of friendly lips.The Admiral|Douglas Sladen