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Definition of "mistrusted" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of mistrust. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "mistrusted" in a sentence
  • "That language, and specifically figurative language should be mistrusted is now beyond argument: language does reduce and replace the world; we live in a dream of language that, while it facilitates our movement through it, obscures the world at every turn."
  • "She brought out doughnuts and beach-plum jelly and insisted on my sampling both, the doughnuts because they were just made and she "mistrusted" there was too much flour in them, and the jelly because it was some she had left over and she wanted to see if I thought it was "keepin '" all right."
  • "It is a shame, there is probably nothing wrong with this speech as far as its contents, and unfortunately, the controversy over shows just how much this president has become mistrusted during the first 9 month of his administration."