Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mistrust.(verb)
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Use "mistrusts" in a sentence
"(As for India, it has less to fear from a reasonably well-armed, confident Pakistani army that has strong ties to the U.S. than it does from a poorly armed Pakistan that mistrusts the U.S. and continues to consort with jihadists as a way of compensating for its weakness.)"
"They have to do it with mountains of mistrusts between Sunnis and Shia, and not to mention the Kurds."
"While Egypt has traditionally hosted Palestinian unity talks, Hamas deeply mistrusts Cairo and is greatly dependent on Damascus."