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Definition of "mistrusts" [mistrusts]

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mistrust. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "mistrusts" in a sentence
  • "(As for India, it has less to fear from a reasonably well-armed, confident Pakistani army that has strong ties to the U.S. than it does from a poorly armed Pakistan that mistrusts the U.S. and continues to consort with jihadists as a way of compensating for its weakness.)"
  • "They have to do it with mountains of mistrusts between Sunnis and Shia, and not to mention the Kurds."
  • "While Egypt has traditionally hosted Palestinian unity talks, Hamas deeply mistrusts Cairo and is greatly dependent on Damascus."