adjective, trust·i·er, trust·i·est.
noun, plural trust·ies.
- truth claim,
- truth drug,
- truth is stranger than fiction,
- truth or consequences
Origin of trusty
Examples from the Web for trustiness
The very courage and trustiness of Fontenelle bore this stamp of discreet moderation.A Popular History of France From The Earliest Times|Francois Pierre Guillaume Guizot
How then may I not swear this that thou biddest me, and that with all joy and trustiness?The Water of the Wondrous Isles|William Morris
To have sponsors or witnesses of the parents' trustiness, and the child's covenant, or not.A Christian Directory|Baxter Richard
adjective trustier or trustiest
noun plural trusties
early 13c., "trusting," from trust (n.) + -y (2); meaning "reliable, to be counted on" is from early 14c. The noun meaning "a prisoner granted special privileges as reward for good conduct" is first attested 1855.