Definition of mistrustful in English:

mistrustful

Line breaks: mis|trust¦ful
Pronunciation: /mɪsˈtrʌstfʊl
 
, -f(ə)l/

adjective

Derivatives

mistrustfully

adverb
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  • The secularists have their island and peer out mistrustfully at everyone else.
  • ‘Though the sun is high, it feels like night,’ he muttered, glancing mistrustfully at the river.
  • He nodded to the man behind the counter, who stopped briefly to take their order and eye them mistrustfully.

mistrustfulness

noun
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  • Impatience, mistrustfulness, and competitiveness with other writers can be very damaging to a career.
  • These Americans share some of the mistrustfulness but little of the anger of alienated voters.
  • The file was incomplete, I had not kept up on the charting, and due to the extreme mistrustfulness of the client, I didn't keep extensive notes.

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