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blind trust

noun

Definition of blind trust

  1. :  an arrangement in which the financial holdings of a person in an influential position are placed in the control of a fiduciary in order to avoid a possible conflict of interest



1969

First Known Use of blind trust

1969

Rhymes with blind trust

adjust, adust, august, bloodlust, brain trust, combust, degust, disgust, distrust, encrust, entrust, in trust, leaf rust, mistrust, moondust, piecrust, robust, sawdust, stardust, unjust, upthrust


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