[ truhst-fuhl ]
/ ˈtrʌst fəl /
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full of trust; free of distrust, suspicion, or the like; confiding: a trustful friend.
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OTHER WORDS FROM trustful
trust·ful·ly, adverbtrust·ful·ness, nouno·ver·trust·ful, adjectiveo·ver·trust·ful·ly, adverb
o·ver·trust·ful·ness, nounun·trust·ful, adjectiveun·trust·ful·ly, adverb
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How to use trustful in a sentence
He took the letter from Mr. Pyecroft's unwilling and untrustful hands and glanced it through.No. 13 Washington Square|Leroy Scott
But she knew that he was too innately untrustful, unloving, to be saved by an act of faith.Captivity|M. Leonora Eyles
Unwatchful trust is a delusion, and untrustful watching is in vain.Kept for the Master's Use|Frances Ridley Havergal
Being a trustful man he was cheated until he became untrustful.Under the Waves|R M Ballantyne
Untrustful, un-trust′fool, adj. not trusting: not trustworthy.
British Dictionary definitions for trustful
/ (ˈtrʌstfʊl) /
characterized by a tendency or readiness to trust others
Derived forms of trustfultrustfully or trustingly, adverbtrustfulness or trustingness, noun
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