[ US /ˈtɹəstɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /tɹˈʌstɪŋ/ ]
  1. inclined to believe or confide readily; full of trust
    great brown eye, true and trustful
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How To Use trusting In A Sentence

  • National Provisions Company, and went out preaching fiat money and a subtreasury for the farmers 'crops, trusting to God and the flower garden about his little white house, to keep the family alive -- it is odd that Jeanette's childish impression was that General Ward was a man of consequence in the world. A Certain Rich Man
  • But this is a small town as typical as anywhere else in the American heartland: earnest, churchy, amiable, inward-looking, bland, conformist, trusting.
  • In its original form, this involved saints like Columba taking to his coracle (that bobbing teacup of a leather boat, without rudder or oars), trusting the waves to carry him wherever they might.
  • This, however, is another reason for mistrusting the application.
  • Your wife cheating on you may have made you untrusting and possessive but that will damage any relationship. The Sun
  • The son having sent his father a messenger to know how he might bring the Gabii under a close subjection, the king, mistrusting the messenger, made him no answer, and only took him into his privy garden, and in his presence with his sword lopped off the heads of the tall poppies that were there. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • It's important to understand the Duggars' beliefs: The Duggars follow a conservative Christian belief system known as Quiverfull, which eschews all birth control in favor of "trusting the Lord with… family planning," says Vyckie Garrison at RH Reality Check. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • Glass touched his lips, and Giles drew back, distrusting it.
  • ELLIS HIXOM, with charge to meet him at such a river though the Master knew well the Captain's toothpike: yet by reason of his admonition and caveat [warning] given him at parting, he (though he bewrayed no sign of distrusting the Cimaroon) yet stood as amazed, lest something had befallen our Captain otherwise than well. Sir Francis Drake Revived
  • He was watchful, weary, worried, and altogether untrusting of anything she and her companions said or did.
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