Capable of being trusted; trustworthy. (adjective)
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Use "trustable" in a sentence
"But they were attractive eyes, for all that, with a steady, "trustable" expression in them that reminded one of the eyes of a nice fox terrier."
"When using "office online suit", you can't garanty that your data is private, you have to assume that the Big company you are trusting is "trustable"."
"More like what your friend Wenger J Khairy said: 'the problem is the Government for its part does not have a single "trustable" face to sell to the global community, whether it is for investment or to present the case of the Government vs. Anwar Ibrahim.'""