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1. I realized that my trust in him was misplaced.
2. I would never trust in that kind of person.
3. Her trust in him was unfounded.
4. I trust in your word.
5. Don't put your trust in that man; he may trick you.
6. If you put your trust in me, I will not let you down.
7. They have placed great trust in him as a negotiator.
8. We place our trust in doctors, but even they are fallible.
9. You must trust in your own judgement.
10. His trust in them was misplaced.
11. He destroyed me and my trust in men.
12. I put my trust in you.
13. I have absolute trust in the doctors.
14. We have absolute trust in the teachers.
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15. I trust in his ability to pass the examination.
16. He betrayed my trust in him.
17. We trust in common senes.
18. She has implicit trust in her secretary.
19. A sick person needs absolute confidence and trust in a doctor.
20. We trust in God.
21. All her life she had a childlike trust in other people.
22. Your trust in her is misplaced; she'll cheat you if she can.
23. From the outset he had put his trust in me, the son of his old friend.
24. The delegations had begun to build up some trust in one another.
25. You shouldn't put your trust in a man like that.
26. We were obviously wrong to put our trust in her.
27. When the drugs failed to cure her, she put her faith/trust in herbal medicine.
28. To hedge around a partnership of love with control by law would be to destroy its base of trust in one another.
29. If I were you, I would not place too much trust in their findings.
30. To hedge about a partnership of love with control by law would be to destroy its base of trust in one another.
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