untrusting

ADJECTIVE
  1. openly distrustful and unwilling to confide
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How To Use untrusting In A Sentence

  • This city has been invaded so many times in history and been a ground for so many battles that it has become combative and untrusting in nature.
  • Both sides in these discussions are tired and untrusting because we don't trust the process of listening.
  • He was untrusting, he would snigger at people while they talked and couldn't resist kicking a man when he was down.
  • Andrew just couldn't help but feel untrusting of her.
  • Now, a cynical and untrusting person might say, ‘Hey, wait a minute’.
  • Being cautious doesn't mean that you are being untrusting. Times, Sunday Times
  • Weapons stayed close to the men's sides, and they threw suspicious looks around every so often, untrusting of anybody, watching to see if anyone lurked in the shadows, threatening their safety.
  • I shall remain cautiously untrusting until I see something more concrete than words. Obama Blasted For NHFD Proclamation Speech
  • Amphris was a little untrusting some times, especially when issues of trust revolved around such important and delicate matters as the one at hand.
  • Behind her smooth exterior can be seen an unforgiving enemy, an untrusting friend and a back-stabbing colleague who lets you carry on only on her terms.
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