Prepositions after "distrustful"
distrustful of, in, about, at or for?
|In 93% of cases distrustful of is used|
|I am deeply distrustful of undue speed.|
|He was deeply distrustful of the British.|
|But don't be too distrustful of The Beast.|
|The Chihuahua is watchful of strangers and distrustful of those he does not know.|
|More than ever, politics has become grounded in ideology and distrustful of fact.|
|Weasley was distrustful of Baron Hill, and the education they were receiving there.|
|Unions are not suicidal -- but they are distrustful of guys who claim bankruptcy and take bonuses for the Board.|
|Empiricism is supposed to urge that people be distrustful of authority and go out to look directly at the world.|
|As night descends, I become distrustful of cab drivers, strangers in elevators, and, really, the majority of men.|
|Those involved in prevention and intervention activities are often distrustful of the efforts of law enforcement.|
|In 2% of cases distrustful in is used|
|They are cheerful and distrustful in their trading.|
|Over the past three years the relationship has become more strained, fraught, and distrustful in a number of realms.|
|Those that are distrustful in a public sense -- people can sense that they are so -- it doesn't engender much trust to follow someone you know doesn't trust you.|
|distrustful in the past of the Soviet Union, Qaddafi is now calling for an ever closer alignment of Libya with Moscow -- a prospect that raises questions about the wisdom of U.|
|In 1% of cases distrustful about is used|
|CreditSights ' weekly funding report said the ECB had effectively become the central clearer for the region's banks as lenders are increasingly distrustful about funding one another.|
|In 1% of cases distrustful at is used|
|O'Mara also said the couple was stressed, fearful and distrustful at the time.|
|When my GP described my husband and me as ' excellent parents ', my anxiety reduced; although I still feel distrustful at times.|
|In 1% of cases distrustful for is used|
|Right from the start, our immigrants from the Russian Empire arrived mad at Moscow, distrustful for usually good reason and inclined to stay that way.|
|Instead, they were simply unsure about Wildrose - not unsure in the active sense of being distrustful for any particular reason, they just didn't know a single thing about the local candidate.|
|In 1% of cases distrustful toward is used|
|Although I don't think he would ordinarily be a bad candidate, I am distrustful toward his fellow conservatives.|
|In 1% of cases distrustful towards is used|
|I'd not surprised she feels distrustful towards her legs.|
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