Examples of trustworthy in a Sentence
a trustworthy bodyguard who would never blab to the tabloids
Recent Examples of trustworthy from the Web
Washing them upwards of 30 times a day, his hands are the only trustworthy receptacle for carrying clean laundry.
The Blazers have lost four of their last five games, and the Portland role players have overachieved all year, but none of them looks all that trustworthy right now.
And the United States is mostly watching, unsure whether there are any winning positions or trustworthy allies.
Getting the most complete count of ethnic minorities requires more census workers who are linguistically and culturally fluent, as well as credible and trustworthy to those who might not otherwise fill out their census forms.
Perhaps surprisingly, the most challenging category was the last one, which involves the process of identifying and boosting real, trustworthy media outlets.
And indeed, Zuckerberg presumably wants to do the right thing, and signal to his 2.25 billion global consumers, and the advertisers that covet them, that Facebook can be a trustworthy platform.
In the wake of the Iraq War and the Great Recession, with both the economy and the cause of democracy promotion in tatters, only the technology industry seemed ready with a trustworthy civic rallying cry.
Metro West wants to work with the church to get the homes and lots into trustworthy hands, by transferring them first to the neighborhood group or Cuyahoga Land Bank and, later, to reliable for-profit or nonprofit developers.
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First Known Use of trustworthy
TRUSTWORTHY Defined for English Language Learners
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
legal Definition of trustworthy
- a trustworthy informant
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