- truth claim,
- truth drug,
- truth is stranger than fiction
Origin of trustworthy
Examples from the Web for untrustworthy
Many in the U.S. have indicted Afghans for being “corrupt” or “lazy” or “untrustworthy” and so on.What the Frontier of Afghanistan Tells Us About the War|John Kael Weston|May 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Did you hear,” a thoroughly drunk and untrustworthy woman told me, “that they found explosives on the George Washington Bridge?Boston Marathon Bombing Media Errors Pile Up, as Does the Outrage|Michael Moynihan|April 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When a party does or says extreme and irresponsible things, that party builds itself an image as dangerous and untrustworthy.
In strong, matter-of-fact voices, the girls painted themselves as disloyal, untrustworthy, and sneaky.
“I think both parties are untrustworthy,” he said at one point.
The officials and artisans were hereditary, and hereditary officials are almost invariably inefficient and untrustworthy.India Under British Rule|James Talboys Wheeler
The stories told us by Pliny of the lives of Greek painters are mostly of a trivial and untrustworthy character.
Pushing aside one of the frail bedroom chairs as untrustworthy, the mayor sat down on the edge of Mr. Magee's bed.Seven Keys to Baldpate|Earl Derr Biggers
But the tidings could just as 207 well be sent if he found Joseph Hudson untrustworthy.A Little Girl in Old San Francisco|Amanda Minnie Douglas
If any one portion of the story be considered incredible or untrustworthy, the whole collapses.The Churches and Modern Thought|Philip Vivian