adjective \ˈtrəs-tē\

: able to be depended on


Full Definition of TRUSTY

:  trustworthy, dependable <a trusty friend> <his trusty pocketknife>
trust·i·ness noun

Examples of TRUSTY

  1. <movie cowboys always get on their trusty horses and ride off into the sunset>

First Known Use of TRUSTY

14th century

Rhymes with TRUSTY


noun \ˈtrəs-tē also ˌtrəs-ˈtē\

: a prisoner who is trusted and given special privileges because of good behavior

plural trust·ies

Full Definition of TRUSTY

:  a trusty or trusted person; specifically :  a convict considered trustworthy and allowed special privileges

First Known Use of TRUSTY

TRUSTIEST Defined for Kids


adjective \ˈtrə-stē\

Definition of TRUSTY for Kids

:  worthy of being depended on


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