Examples of distrustful in a Sentence
she was distrustful of her boyfriend's claim of having saved the kitten from a raging fire
naturally distrustful of politicians who claim to have all the answers
Recent Examples of distrustful from the Web
One faction of the magazine, led by Hertzberg, was robustly social democratic and distrustful of military adventurism.
Initially, locals were understandably distrustful about Chicagoans moving in on their turf with grandiose plans for a fancy resort that would cater to the well-heeled but would distance itself from the community.
And Misty is not Simone, and so Misty comes from a place of being distrustful.
African-American groups were outraged at the merit board's decision, which exacerbated years-long divides between police officers and an increasingly distrustful portion of the city and led to calls for reform.
Hannah looks back at her with old, sad eyes and an initially distrustful face.
Mohazab said her experiences have left her distrustful of doctors.
Potential talks with North Korea about Pyongyang abandoning its nuclear weapons were expected to be an incentive for Trump to remain in the Iran deal, so as not to make Kim Jong Un distrustful of US intentions.
Part of it is his personality — always contrarian, distrustful of others, unable to reveal any part of his inner life.
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