trustful

adjective trust·ful \ ˈtrəst-fəl \
|Updated on: 12 Jun 2018

Definition of trustful

: full of trust : confiding

trustfully

play \ˈtrəst-fə-lē\ adverb

trustfulness

noun

Examples of trustful in a Sentence

  1. a trustful child quietly sleeping, sure in the knowledge that his parents would be there when he woke

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First Known Use of trustful

1560

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trustful

adjective trust·ful \ ˈtrəst-fəl \

Definition of trustful for Students

: full of trust

trustfulness

noun


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