trustful

[truhst-fuh l]

Origin of trustful

First recorded in 1570–80; trust + -ful
Related formstrust·ful·ly, adverbtrust·ful·ness, nouno·ver·trust·ful, adjectiveo·ver·trust·ful·ly, adverbo·ver·trust·ful·ness, nounun·trust·ful, adjectiveun·trust·ful·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for untrustful

trustful

trusting

adjective
  1. characterized by a tendency or readiness to trust others
Derived Formstrustfully or trustingly, adverbtrustfulness or trustingness, noun
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Word Origin and History for untrustful

trustful

adj.

1570s, "trustworthy," from trust (n.) + -ful. Meaning "trusting" attested from 1832. Related: Trustfulness.

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