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Use "distrust" in a sentence
"Of course, this distrust is also personal and involves school."
"I think it's much harder for you to argue that there would have been an upward trend in distrust of advertising in the 70s without regulation, but that there would have been an increase in trust in the 80s without deregulation, but instead it stubbornly stayed the same both times because the changing regulatory environment perfectly anticipated the changing trends."
""This uncertainty, confusion, and distrust is getting stronger and stronger now," said Shaida Mohammad Abdali, Afghanistan's deputy national security adviser."