Third-person singular simple present indicative form of distrust.(verb)
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Use "distrusts" in a sentence
"It distrusts and makes no effort to understand the phenomenon right in front of its nose."
"Going a bit off topic I can see that Aaron distrusts the Police completely and I would be interested to hear his ideas about how we could effectively Police the country without upsetting anyone whilst still dealing with offenders robustly? on April 2, 2010 at 2: 36 am Vetnurse"
"Finally, Labour's shadow cabinet needs to acknowledge that it doesn't understand business, has almost no direct and relevant experience and, accordingly distrusts and is distrusted by business."