Warranting trust; reliable. See Synonyms at reliable.(adjective)
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Use "trustworthy" in a sentence
"Analogously, it may be true that we possess dedicated mechanisms for ˜reading™ faces as trustworthy or threatening, and often make split-second judgments on this basis; but this doesn't preclude our ability to revise such judgments, as when we reflect on the behavior of someone with ˜trustworthy facial features™ and realize that he is actually a scoundrel."
"I'd say not being honest and trustworthy is a fair assessment for Dodd."
"To argue semantics again, though, I don't think trustworthy is the same as, uh, right."