Sentence for distrust | Use distrust in a sentence

Distrust sentence examples. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use distrust in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for distrust.

  • I distrust them. (8)
  • Did he distrust himself? (10)
  • Distrust the words, of others. (8)
  • You distrust me: and ought I to wonder? (10)
  • The present he should distrust; the future shun. (8)
  • But his innate distrust of general principles revived. (8)
  • The words were a masterpiece of resentment and distrust. (8)
  • We distrust each other in this world too much, Richard. (10)
  • She thought of what had just passed with anxiety and distrust. (4)
  • Something seemed to have destroyed their look of mutual distrust. (8)
  • His appearance, too, and manner somehow lent colour to this distrust. (8)
  • Each has business of his own; But should you distrust a tone, Then beware. (10)
  • Ellen looked at him in apparent distrust of his piety, if not of his wisdom. (9)
  • Both ladies desired her to be explicit; Arabella, eagerly; Cornelia with distrust. (10)
  • When that day comes here, the deep smouldering distrust of our press will make itself felt. (16)
  • Confidence was at once shaken in the secrecy of their associates; distrust and suspicion followed. (6)
  • Lady Russell saw either less or more than her young friend, for she saw nothing to excite distrust. (4)
  • She moaned in a terror of distrust, loathing her cousin: not asking herself why she needed support. (10)
  • Distrust had brought the state of war, which allows not of the wasting of our powers in confessions. (10)
  • Rhoda called up the pride of her womanhood that she might despise the man who had dared to distrust her. (10)
  • Rhoda called up the pride of her womanhood that she might despise the man who had dared to distrust her. (22)
  • Gyp could never be self-confident for long; over her most victorious moments brooded the shadow of distrust. (8)
  • Barto probably read nothing of the mind of his spy, but understood that it was a moment for distrust of him. (10)
  • Fortunately, she never had been, having too much distrust of her own feelings to give way to them completely. (8)
  • They were eating as people eat who distrust the lower senses, preferring not to be compelled to taste or smell. (8)
  • In every other respect, in looking around her, or penetrating forward, she saw more to distrust and to apprehend. (4)
  • This was a prelude to friendly relations we had not anticipated, for we looked with distrust on every man in uniform. (20)
  • While she spoke, Wickham looked as if scarcely knowing whether to rejoice over her words, or to distrust their meaning. (4)
  • He sat staring at this document in the silent room, and over his face in turn passed anger, alarm, distrust, bewilderment. (8)
  • All that he had done for her had not sufficed to conquer the distrust of him and his kind that was bred into her very bone. (12)
  • He is disposed to sympathize with the Democratic party at the South but cannot overcome his distrust of the party as a whole. (14)
  • With great indignation did he continue to observe him; with great alarm and distrust, to observe also his two blinded companions. (4)
  • The Virginians tried to stir up suspicion against the Pennsylvanians, {195} and the Pennsylvanians retorted by creating distrust of the Virginians. (19)
  • The public, on the other hand, finds book-reviews of little service and reads them, if at all, with indifference, with distrust, or with exasperation. (16)
  • A distrust of their earning powers, natural where a sufficiency is guaranteed, together with the knowledge that their fathers did not die, kept them cautious. (8)

Also see sentences for: apprehend, doubt, hesitation, incredulity, jealousy, mistrust, question.

Definition of distrust:

  • distrust, dis-trust’, n. want of trust: want of faith or confidence: doubt. | v.t. to have no trust in: to disbelieve: to doubt. | adj. distrust’ful, full of distrust: apt to distrust: suspicious. | adv. distrust’fully. | n. distrust’fulness. | adj. distrust’less.(0)

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