trustworthy

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adjective trust·wor·thy \ˈtrəst-ˌwər-thē\

Definition of trustworthy

  1. :  worthy of confidence :  dependable a trustworthy guide trustworthy information

trustworthily

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trustworthiness

noun

Examples of trustworthy in a Sentence

  1. a trustworthy bodyguard who would never blab to the tabloids

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First Known Use of trustworthy

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TRUSTWORTHY Defined for English Language Learners

trustworthy

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Definition of trustworthy for English Language Learners

  • : able to be relied on to do or provide what is needed or right : deserving of trust


TRUSTWORTHY Defined for Kids

trustworthy

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adjective trust·wor·thy \ˈtrəst-ˌwər-thē\

Definition of trustworthy for Students

  1. :  deserving faith and confidence

trustworthiness

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Law Dictionary

trustworthy

adjective trust·wor·thy

Legal Definition of trustworthy

  1. :  worthy of confidence; specifically :  being or deriving from a source worthy of belief or consideration for evidentiary purposes a trustworthy informant

trustworthiness

noun


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