Antonym: trust. Similar words: abstruse, frustrate, frustration, distract, district, distress, distribute, distraught. Meaning: [dɪs'trʌst] n. 1. doubt about someone's honesty 2. the trait of not trusting others. v. regard as untrustworthy; regard with suspicion; have no faith or confidence in.
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1 She has a healthy distrust of door-to-door salesmen.
2 He has a distrust of foreigners.
3 Local people regard the police with suspicion and distrust.
4 I don't have any particular reason to distrust them.
5 He looked at the stranger with distrust.
6 Great efforts were made to overcome public distrust.
7 Increasingly,(www.Sentencedict.com) young people distrust all forms of government.
8 He's so suspicious he would distrust his own mother.
9 She was always looked on with distrust.
10 He has a distrust of strangers.
11 To an extent East-West distrust continued throughout the war.
12 Nonconformists retained a deep distrust of their Anglican neighbours.
13 I have an inherent distrust of lawyers.
14 Distrust of foreigners can shade into racism.
15 Sonia stared at me with dislike and distrust.
16 Distrust of foreigners can shade into racism.WHICH WORD?
17 She had every reason to distrust him.
18 They looked at each other with distrust.
19 She has a distrust of journalists.
20 He has a deep distrust of all modern technology.
21 Perhaps he sensed your distrust.
22 Dylan's deep distrust of journalists made him difficult to interview.
23 Her constant lying led me to distrust everything she said.
24 The two groups have existed in a state of mutual distrust for centuries.
25 Negotiations between unions and management are made more difficult by mutual distrust.
26 Our reporter looks at reactions to Britain's apparently deep-rooted distrust of her EU partner.
27 History, ancient and modern, has taught these people an intense distrust of their neighbours.
28 The foreign minister is so smooth that many of his colleagues distrust him.
29 His words were polite, but there were overtones of distrust in his voice.
30 Police moved in to separate the two groups, already sundered by distrust.
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